DJ Luke Nasty “Might Be”

DJ and rapper Luke Nasty was born Leterrance Davis in High Point, North Carolina. While still in high school, he joined the 336 Boyz, a four-man crew influenced by Atlanta snap music like Dem Franchize Boyz and D4L. The group released two albums — 2010’s I Told You So and 2012’s Full Cups and Empty Bottles — before Davis graduated from Winston-Salem State University in 2013. His first solo project was the slick, laid-back Highway Music, which featured the explicit single “Might Be,” a sexy freestyle rapped over Anderson Paak’s sample of Xscape’s “Who Can I Run To.” Released in September 2015, “Might Be” broke into the Billboard 200 in early 2016. His Highway Music sequel was scheduled for release on April 20, 2016.