Luther Campbell is an American rapper and producer who has a net worth of $8 million. Luther "Uncle Luke" Campbell built his net worth as a record label owner, actor, vocalist and concert promoter. He was born in Miami, Florida. Luke's first debut was with 2 Live Crew. Luke is also known as "Luke Skywalker or Uncle Luke. Luther is one of the most controversial hip-hop figures in the US. Campbell is the entrepreneur behind 2 Live Crew, owner of Luke Records, as well as former concert promoter and star of his own short-lived show on VH1, Luke's Parental Advisory. His story with 2 Live Crew started in 1987, when he inserted himself into the group as "hype man" on their way of becoming the centerpiece of a national campaign against supposedly obscene lyrics. But after the group used Roy Orbison's tune for the ballad to create a parody of his ballad "Oh, Pretty Woman," Campbell took part in the Campbell v. Acuff-Rose Music, Inc. case which have gone to the Supreme court. Meanwhile, he released a solo record entitled I Wanna Rock, which was followed by the release of Banned in the U.S.A., a parody of Bruce Springsteen's Born in the U.S.A., as well as I've Got Shit on My Mind. He also holds the responsibility for such big hits as Hey, We Want Some Pussy, Me So Horny, Pop That Pussy, Face Down, A** Up, and "Shake that A**, B*tch among others. What's more, Campbell set up the career of R&B vocalists H-Town, having issued their debut LP on Luke Records.