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- Crunkcore (also called crunk punk, screamo-crunk, crunk rock, and scrunk) is a musical genre that combines crunk hip-hop with elements of screamo. The Boston Phoenix described it as "a combination of minimalist western hip-hop, Auto-Tune croons, techno breakdowns, barked vocals, and party-till-you-puke poetics".
Crunkcore (also called crunk punk, screamo-crunk, and scrunk) is a musical fusion genre characterized by the combination of cultural and musical elements from crunk, screamo, pop, electronic and dance music. The genre often features screamed vocals, hip hop beats, and sexually provocative lyrics.
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Crunk is a sub-genre of hip hop music that started in the clubs of Memphis, Tennessee in the mid-1990s. The word 'crunk' is the past tense version of the word 'crank' as in "crank the music up". It can also be used as an adjective. It is a mixture of Miami bass, Southern rap, and electronica with a lot of yelling and chanting.
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According to the Boston Phoenix, writer and musician Jessica Hopper claims that the influences for crunkcore can be traced back to 2005 when Panic! at the Disco mixed emo with electronics. But Warped Tour co-creator and CEO Kevin Lyman calls the group 3OH!3 as "the real tipping point for scrunk", and said that "though 3OH!3 doesn't incorporate the blood-curdling screams of many scrunk acts, they were the first emo-influenced act to depart from traditional instruments in favor of pre-programmed beats", while still retaining many of the stylistic elements of emo.
Artists that have been described as crunkcore include Brokencyde, Blood on the Dance Floor, 3OH!3, Millionaires, Breathe Carolina, Dot Dot Curve, Hollywood Undead, I Set My Friends on Fire, and Family Force 5. Also, David Jeffries of Allmusic referred to Kesha as the 'crunkcore queen' when noting her guest spot on the 3OH!3 album, Streets of Gold Deuce Limp Bizkit.List of crunkcore artists (rappers and rap group)
- Mid 2000s, Western United States
- Punk rock,Crunk,Screamo,rap metal,Hip hop,Alternative rock,pop rock,Heavy metal
- Moderate from late 2000s
- screaming, rapping,singing, guitar,bass,piano,drums,
If reliable sources say a band is crunkcore/scrunk/screamo-crunk, then they are as far as Wikipedia is concerned. Musical genres are always going to be squabbled over by fans, but these disputes aren't relevant for editing Wikipedia. Fences&Windows 21:24, 3 November 2009 (UTC)
My personal opinion is that the "crunkcore" term the reviewer used was not referring to the style described here on Wikipedia, but was instead referring to crunk rap. Rap uses the "core" suffix a lot, i.e. horrorcore, rapcore, so the reviewer could just as well be referring to crunk rap in general.
Crunkcore är en musikgenre som blandar element av post-hardcore och crunk.Exempel på crunkcore-band är BrokeNCYDE, Millionaires, 3OH!3, Breathe Carolina, Hollywood Undead, I Set My Friends On Fire och Family Force.
Crunkcore(iné názvy: crunk punk,screamo-crunk, crunk rocka scrunk) je hudobný žáner, ktorý v sebe kombinuje crunks prvkami screama. Boston Phoenixho označil ako "kombinácia minimalistického southern hip-hopu, auto-tunepopevkov, technobreakdownov, štekotavých vokálov a party-till-you-puke poetiky".
Brokencyde (stylized as brokeNCYDE) is an American hip hop group from Albuquerque, New Mexico, founded in 2006. The group's lineup consists of David "Se7en" Gallegos and Michael "Mikl" Shea, and musically are one of the founding groups in the crunkcore genre, which (in general description) is crunk hip hop music with screamed vocals.