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Kings of Crunk

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Released  October 29, 2002 (US)
Producer  Lil Jon
Release date  8 October 2002
Recorded  2001-2002
Kings of Crunk (2002)  Certified Crunk (2003)
Label  TVT Records
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Artist  Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz
Genres  Crunk, Hip hop music, Southern hip hop, Gangsta rap, Hardcore hip hop, Dirty rap
Awards  Billboard Music Award for Independent Album of the Year
Similar  Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz albums, Crunk albums, Other albums

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Kings of Crunk is the fourth studio album by Lil Jon & the East Side Boyz.

Contents

Based on the success of the album's second single "Get Low", Kings of Crunk made the top twenty of the US album chart in September 2003. In the same year, Lil Jon put out a compilation CD and DVD called Part II, which included remixes of "Get Low" featuring Busta Rhymes, Elephant Man, and the Ying Yang Twins.

The album was available in an edited version, which removed or replaced profanity, sexually explicit lyrics, and drug and alcohol content, eliminating for instance the song "Weedman" with its pervasive drug references.

The singles "I Don't Give a Fuck" and "Nothin's Free" were released To Radio in 2002, while "Play No Games" and "Get Low" were released to radio in 2003. Also, "Nothin's Free" was released on Vinyl, while "I Don't Give a Fuck" and "Get Low" were released on CD. "Play No Games" was also released on vinyl and CD In 2003.

The album was certified 2x Platinum by the RIAA in 2003 for Sales of Over 2,000,000 Copies. This album is usually seen by hip-hop fans as their best album and it is considered an Atlanta classic.

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Original release

All lyrics written by Lil Jon & the Eastside Boyz, except featured performers; all music composed by Lil Jon.

Special edition

All lyrics written by Lil Jon & the Eastside Boyz, except featured performers; all music composed by Lil Jon.

  • For the track "Throw It Up", Lil Jon worked with the leitmotif ("Lux Aeterna") of the movie "Requiem For A Dream" which was composed by Clint Mansell.
  • The track "Nothins Free" is a remix, and samples Janet Jackson's hit "Let's Wait Awhile". The original was on the album, Put Yo Hood Up.
  • Songs

    1Kings of Crunk (Intro)1:03
    2Throw It UpPastor Troy6:13
    3Knockin Heads OffJadakiss - Styles P5:17

    References

    Kings of Crunk Wikipedia


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