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2 Live Crew
2 Live Crew
American hip-hop group
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Fresh Kid Ice
Fresh Kid Ice
Chinese Trinidadian-American rapper and co-founder of rap group 2 Live Crew
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Trick Daddy
Trick Daddy
American rapper and actor from Florida
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JT Money
JT Money
American rapper and recording artist
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Mario Winans
Mario Winans
American singer
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Trina
Trina
American rapper, record producer, songwriter and model from Florida
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Yo Gotti
Yo Gotti
American rapper from Tennessee
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H-Town
H-Town
American R&B vocal group
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Pitbull
Pitbull
American rapper and singer from Florida
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Joe
Joe
American R&B singer-songwriter and record producer
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NF
NF
American rapper from Michigan
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DJ Khaled
DJ Khaled
American DJ, record executive, record producer, and media personality
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Mustard
Mustard
American record producer, DJ and hype man from California
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Smokepurpp
Smokepurpp
American rapper from Florida
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The Pharcyde
The Pharcyde
American hip hop group
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Jermaine Dupri
Jermaine Dupri
American record producer, rapper, record executive and DJ from Georgia
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Donell Jones
Donell Jones
American recording artist; singer, songwriter and record producer
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¬°Mayday!
¬°Mayday!
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Masta Ace
Masta Ace
American rapper
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Shelley FKA DRAM
Shelley FKA DRAM
American rapper
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Mike WiLL Made-It
Mike WiLL Made-It
American record producer and DJ from Georgia
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Joyner Lucas
Joyner Lucas
American rapper, singer, songwriter and record producer
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Arsonists
Arsonists
Brooklyn-based underground hip-hop group
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Flo Rida
Flo Rida
American rapper from Florida
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Bankroll Fresh
Bankroll Fresh
American rapper from Atlanta, Georgia
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Pooh Shiesty
Pooh Shiesty
American rapper
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Blueface
Blueface
American rapper
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Bell Biv DeVoe
Bell Biv DeVoe
American band
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Tevin Campbell
Tevin Campbell
US singer-songwriter, actor
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Jim Jonsin
Jim Jonsin
American record producer
Intro
American rapper
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Luther Roderick Campbell (born December 22, 1960), also known as Luke Skyywalker, Uncle Luke and simply Luke, is an American rapper, promoter, record executive, and actor. He was the leader of rap group 2 Live Crew, and starred in a short-lived show on VH1, Luke's Parental Advisory.

One of his songs, which used a parody of Roy Orbison's "Oh, Pretty Woman", was the subject of Campbell v. Acuff-Rose Music, Inc., which was argued in front of the U.S. Supreme Court. As a result, the Miami New Times described Campbell as "the man whose booty-shaking madness once made the U.S. Supreme Court stand up for free speech".