Crunk: lots more goodies in store

Collins, Hattie
February 2005
Music Week;2/5/2005, Issue 5, p11
Trade Publication
Focuses on the popularity of the word crunk, a singular shortcut between the words crazy and drunk, in the music industry in Great Britain. Impact of artists' adoption of crunk on their careers; Correlation between crunk and the country's burgeoning grime scene; Artists promoting the crunk. INSET: TI: King Of The South with global ambitions.


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