Album: Uncle Luke Producer: Darren "DJ Spin" Rudnick Label: Luther Campbell Music
After keeping things squarely 305-focused for most of his career, Luther Campbell's 1996 album Uncle Luke featured cameos from a varied cast including The Notorious B.I.G., Ice Cube and Doug E. Fresh. But the most notable collaboration on the record proved to be with a then-unknown local MC going by the moniker Trick Daddy Dollars.
In a true passing-of-the-torch moment, Trick bounces off of Luke's chants with a level of finesse and rarely heard within the parameters of Bass' quick tempos. "Scarred" is the moment where chant-centric Bass moved over and made way for Miami rap's more lyrical—and thuggish—second phase.