Crunk Rock

Crunk Rock is the solo debut album by American crunk artist Lil Jon, released on June 8, 2010 by BME and Universal Republic. The characters at the bottom of the album's cover are Japanese katakana characters, which read "Kurunku Rokku," the Japanese transcription of the album's title.

Read more about Crunk Rock:  Background and Recording, Singles, Track Listing, Charts

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... He also began recording a rock music album, Crunk Rock in May 2006 he began recording in Las Vegas, Nevada because rock band The Killers was recording ... MTV News reported in March 2008 that Crunk Rock was taking more time to complete than Lil' Jon already planned ... Jon from all future obligations and returned the rights to the master recordings of Crunk Rock ...

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