Luke Campbell Releasing Three-CD 'Freaky Times' Audio book

Miami pioneer and

2 Live Crew member Luther "Luke" Campbell is releasing a tell-all

detailing some of his explicit exploits.

"Uncle Luke

– My Life & Freaky Times" contains two audio books from his upcoming

book, written by Dara Cook, and an accompanying soundtrack.

In "Freaky

Times," Luke pulls no punches and reveals stories about singers, athletes,

and other celebrities who have engaged in his famous X-rated romps.


wants to know what happens behind the scenes at my famous freaky parties. Now

here's your chance to relive my life," stated Luke. "For the first

time I'll reveal some things you never expected about some of your favorite

entertainers, athletes, the famous, the wealthy and their escapades with hoards

of sexy women who are willing to do anything to get down with a celebrity."

The audio book

opens up with scandalous stories about music video vixen, Gloria Velez, where

Uncle Luke drops dime on how she claimed her throne as the No. 1 video vixen.

He also reveals

how far Aaron Hall allegedly went to prove that he's the nastiest man in the

industry, and how Mike Tyson gets down when he's not training.

Other notables

mentioned include Michael Jordan, Robert DeNiro, Muhammad Ali, Keith Sweat,

Trick Daddy, and Sisqo of Dru Hill.

Luke also reflects

on the deep conversations he had with the late Notorious B.I.G. and Tupac Shakur

from his Luke Freakshow interviews.

Accompanying the

two-disc audio book is a tribute compilation CD featuring new recordings from

Trick Daddy, Petey Pablo, Jacki-O, Pitbull, Dirtbag, Big Tigger and others.

The first singles

being serviced to radio and clubs are "Holla At Cha Homeboy," featuring

Pitbull and Petey Pablo, and the reggaetòn song "Pop That,"

by Plan B and Rey Chester Secretweapon.

"I found my

niche in combining sex and music," Luke stated. "I know what I do

and I have never tried to steer away from what I do."

In addition, Luke

and Urban Box Office are conducting a nationwide search for a new "Luke

Girl." The winner will go on tour with Mr. Campbell and be dubbed "Ms.

Freaky Soul 2006."

Applicants must

be over the age of 18 and submit applications along with photographs and videotapes

to participating radio stations to be considered for the competition. Radio

stations will hold a live contest at a local venue to select the contestant

who will represent their station at the finals in Miami.

The Grand Prize

winner, chosen by a panel of celebrity judges, including Luke himself, will

receive a Rolex watch, $10,000, and will go on a promo tour with Luke.