Lil Jon has all bases covered with his new LP, Crunk Rock, dropping this June. He goes for daily urban radio play on this latest one.
Wow, Felli went all out on this one. Yes, not can he boast that he has a battle of the raging hype men with *both* Lil’ Jon and Fatman Scoop on this record, but also samples Van Halen’s “Jump”, while Oscar winners Three 6 Mafia get their drink on. Hands are in the air for [cont.]
XS banger right here – although the clean version does kinda tone it down a bit. Crunk Rock in stores June 9th.
Wait, the song is called “OK, Yeah” and features Lil’ Jon on the hook? Yeah, pretty much a no-brainer, future club-banger right here. The DJ Soul produced track evokes the crunk-of-old, as Lil Jon propels this thing into the shoulder-shake stratosphere. The appearance from Juvenile seems a little bit random, but overall this will tear [cont.]
The best hype man in the biz gets krazy in a foreign country.
Recorded at Center Stage in Atlanta…..Still trying to get this large of a response in the big club.
Black Point’s silly, catchy international hit gets the video treatment.
This is probably the nuttiest track Jon has released from Crunk Rock thus far. It’s a dirty south knocker fashioned somewhat like “What They Gon’ Do” with thundering basslines and an eerie sample riding behind it. I only wish Jon would share mic time with some other rappers – Young Buck might sound perfect on [cont.]
Lil Jon will finally release his long-overdue, Crunk Rock LP, on June 8th, which was announced right after the release of his last LP, Crunk Juice, in 2005. At the time, Jon’s vision was to record an actual rock and roll / hip-hop mash-up type of record, but with the ever changing styles of popular [cont.]
Indie rock darlings Vampire Weekend debuted their new video “Giving Up The Gun” today, tapping special guest appearances from RZA, Lil Jon, Joe Jonas, and Jake Gyllenhaal. The video finds Jenny in an intense tennis match, with RZA playing the ref, Jon playing the coach. The vid comes is directed by the Malloy Brothers.
I guess the best way to describe Black Point and crew is like a Spanish version of the Ying Yang Twinz – as basically the same goofiness translate into some kind of high energy party song. The original version of this song took DJ Class’s “I’m The Ish” beat, which didn’t excite me too much, [cont.]
Over the past year, Lil Jon has transformed from obscure southern rapper to household name, thanks to a number of hit singles (for himself and others) and popping up in comedy bits from Dave Chappelle and Chris Rock. The crunk war-cries of “Yay-yuh”, “Hwhat?!?!”, and “Okaaay” have not only been parodied to death, but have [cont.]
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