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As a rapper 25 years ago, Luther Campbell’s lyrics were so dirty that they were legally declared obscene. Record store clerks were arrested for selling his albums to underage kids.

Known as Uncle Luke in the Miami-based group 2 Live Crew in the late 1980s and early 1990s, Campbell fought for free speech. The group went to court and was acquitted on the obscenity charge, and 2 Live Crew even made it to the Supreme Court when their parody song was deemed fair use.

Pushing 60 years old and two decades removed from his

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