Uncle Luke and 2 Live Crew are pioneers in hip-hop… widely credited with the infamous “Parental Advisory” sticker we’ve seen on albums to this day.
In the late 1980s and early 1990s, he and 2 Live Crew fought the legal system over the release of their As Nasty As They Wanna Be album, which was initially ruled as obscene and illegal to sell. The obscenity ruling was eventually overturned, and as a result, we see the familiar “Parental Advisory” sticker today.
In an interview with Vlad TV, Luke talks about he and 2 Live Crew’s pioneers actions, which he details in a new book, entitled The Book of Luke: My Fight For Truth, Justice, and Liberty City.
You can order the book now at Amazon.com.