Wednesday, August 1st, 2007 at 2:30 pm
Just like hyphy, snap music, or even reggaeton, people are writing off crunk music as a played out musical fad and have moved on. But not Lil Jon. The producer/rapper is putting the finshing touches on his upcoming album, “Crunk Rock,” a sort of rock/hip-hop hybrid project.
"I worked with the guitar player from P.O.D., Marcos, a punk band called Whole Wheat Bread from
The album also features appearances from Ice Cube, Ciara, R. Kelly, Remy Ma, Lil Wayne, The Game, Gucci Mane, Fabo from D4L and Three 6 Mafia. No release date has been announced but Jon hopes to drop the album before the end of the year – at least before the whole “party like a rock star” fad dies down.
“I’ve been doing crunk rock for the past two years," Jon told Billboard.com. "I did a street record with Three 6 Mafia in October where I say ‘Party like a rock star, f*ck like a porn star.’ Now everybody wants to be a rock star ’cause it’s cool. One thing I like is people are opening [our] ears to the music, ’cause [we] tend to be closed-minded to sh*t we don’t know about. It might make a motherf**ker that don’t listen to rock go listen to some Guns N’ Roses."