Luther Campbell(@unclelukereal1) and The Two Live Crew don't nearly enough credit for popularizing, not only Miami rap, but Rap music in general. During those early years when rap began to sell units, their songs energized the genre and excited the fanbase.
The music is pure Hip-Hop, it employed call and response, encouraged crowd participation, he used a DJ, had cutting, scratching and sampling on many of his records and his sound was unique to his region. In many ways, his "regional" sound was more international and over time has proven to be timeless.
Check out the video because a little Luke is good for you...
My best memory of this song was when I was sitting in a church in Philadelphia at wedding. A car outside had boomin system, the guy turned on "I Wanna Rock" and everybody in that church started moving - I'm talking everybody. Uncle Luke had people dancin' in the pews. A cop came along and made him cut it off, but for 60 seconds... I was rockin'.