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Album Review

Luke's Booty Calls & Chants is apparently intended as a supplement to his Greatest Hits volume, containing material both from Luke's solo career and his tenure with 2 Live Crew. The title implies that the collection is full of simplistic, mindless party chant-alongs; while that's true most of the time, not everything here quite fits that description. Granted, that may be a subtle distinction with Luke's output, but listeners expecting only repeated chants and easily memorized sexual come-ons will get something a little different. All that aside, it's a worthwhile addition for anyone who enjoyed Greatest Hits.

Biography

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Otherwise known as Luther Campbell, the entrepreneur and head of 2 Live Crew since its inception in the mid-'80s, Luke is a solo project for Campbell apart from his group's releases. The first release as Luke, 1993's In the Nude, was followed by an X-rated Christmas album and a greatest-hits LP before the project signed a contract with Island for 1997's Changin' the Game. Luke's Freak Fest 2000 followed three years later; Somethin' Nasty appeared in spring 2001. In 2006 he announced...
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