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The group released its first single, "Revelation", in 1985."Revelation" was popular in Florida, so The 2 Live Crew (sans Amazing Vee) relocated to Miami.He is a founding member and former member of the group 2 Live Crew.Fresh Kid Ice is noted for being the only 2 Live Crew member to appear on all albums, discovering rapper Flo Rida, and being the first Miami Bass rapper.In 2017, Fresh Kid Ice left the group to relaunch Chinaman Records as well as stating on his Facebook page that he was fed-up with the label keeping their new music unreleased, while making false announcement of their release. The Chinaman was the first solo album by Fresh Kid Ice.
In May 2010, it was announced that the duo's album, "Just Wanna Be Heard" (later renamed "Turn Me On"), would feature production from Mannie Fresh and was to be released on Nu Focuz Entertainment/Lil' Joe Records with guest verses from Too Short, E-40, and Insane Clown Posse.
In 1990, action was taken at the local level and Nick Navarro, Broward County sheriff, received a ruling from County Circuit Court judge Mel Grossman that probable cause for obscenity violations existed. Charles Freeman, a local retailer, was arrested two days later, after selling a copy to an undercover police officer. After international exposure with support from freedom of speech advocates like SCREW magazine's Al Goldstein and many others, they were acquitted soon after, as professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr.
Navarro warned record store owners that selling the album might be prosecutable. This was followed by the arrest of three members of The 2 Live Crew after they performed the As Nasty As They Wanna Be album at Club Futura in Hollywood, Florida, hosted by radio personality Tony the Tiger (Ira Wolf) from Power 96 FM; one of the few radio stations in the U. testified at their trial in defense of their lyrics.
Campbell changed his stage name to Luke (and changed the record label's name to Luke Records) and the group released an extremely political follow-up album, Banned in the U. A., after obtaining permission to use an interpolation of Bruce Springsteen's Born in the U. Mixx re-formed again to record "Hoochie Mama" for the soundtrack of 1995 movie Friday. Mixx, and Brother Marquis who then left Luke and Luke Records to go to Lil' Joe Records and released Shake a Lil' Somethin' (1996) without Luther Campbell.
It peaked at number 145 on the Billboard 200, also peaking at number 33 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. Mixx left soon after, leaving Fresh Kid Ice and Brother Marquis to record The Real One in 1998.
With word-of-mouth attention, the album was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).