Luther Campbell was one of the originators of 2 Live Crew, the often raunchy hip hop collective that brought us some of our favorite club jams. The Miami group rose to fame in the late '80s and early '90s, and their lyrics were so sexually explicit that they were often banned as were their music videos that featured half-naked, rump-shaking women. 2 Live Crew regularly found themselves in court defending their First Amendment right of free speech and they were the first artists who ever received a parental advisory sticker on their record.
It's been decades since the controversial group has released new music, but frontman Luther Campbell, also known as Uncle Luke, has dropped off a new single. Staying with his traditional style, Luke's latest is a quick-tempo dance track that follows in the footsteps of his legendary songs "It's Your Birthday" and "I Wanna Rock." We wouldn't be surprised to see his latest effort turn into some dance Instagram challenge, but it's nice to hear that Campbell has kept things consistent.
Whatcha want I got it
Slide on then twerk
Do the bad girl walk