Now No Good is elbowing its way into Miami's post-Nineties hip-hop end zone. "A lot of people in our area thought that our success was just due to Luke," T-Nasty complains. "Now it's our chance to put it down totally on our own, to make our imprint on the game. We want, when people start talking about Miami, they won't just say Luke, Trick Daddy, and Trina. They'll have to put No Good in there, cause we're definitely coming."