Uncle Luke Calls Out Hip-Hop 50 Organizers

Celebrations have been sounding off for Hip-Hop's 50th birthday. Dj Cool Herc started a cultural revolution in the Bronx with music. In August, 1973, the first elements of hip-hop emerged when Clive Campbell, known as DJ Cool Herc, played music at his sister's back-to-school party in the Bronx, showcasing his innovative turntable skills. He called his turntable trick the Merry-GO-Round. Years later, it became known as the “break beat,”.

Hip-Hop is not just music. It's a culture which also includes emceeing, deejaying, graffiti writing beatboxing, fashion, iconic dances, podcast, and so much more.

Uncle Luke, the leader of 2 Live Crew is a legend in the rap game. With hits like "Throw the D" with "Ghetto Bass" on the B-side. The group exploded on the South Florida scene in 1986. The 2 Live Crew Is What We Are debut album went gold.

Being that Luke stood up to the United States District Court of Florida. Uncle Luke had no problem calling out Hip-Hop 50 organizers. Luke is demanding more respect for Florida rappers. Following the HIP-Hop 50 concert at Yankee Stadium in New York City Luke posted his gripes to his instagram account.

Snoop Dogg caught wind of Uncle Luke's complaints and showed love asap to the the Booty Bass music founder.

"I love and respect what u did for me and my hip hop journey uncle Luke on and off the mic," Snoop wrote. "Let’s do a southwest. Hip hop celebration so we can get the flowers to you and the. Other founders who mean so much to this thang called hip hop love and. Respect. O. G. Can’t spell hip hop without the south Or. The west."

DJ Premier reiterated Snoop's remarks, writing, “Salute Uncle Luke and massive Florida heritage of HIP HOP.”

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