Definition of crunk in English:

crunk

Syllabification: crunk
Pronunciation: /krəNGk
 
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noun

  • A type of hip-hop or rap music characterized by repeated shouted catchphrases and elements typical of electronic dance music, such as prominent bass.
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    • You said before that crunk is just recycled bass music.
    • Apparently, there's some new musical movement going on in the hip-hop world called crunk.
    • He cruises through genres like he's giving a guided tour, hitting crunk, dancehall, hip-hop, reggaeton, and naturally, a handful of bedroom ballads along the way.

adjective

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  • chiefly • black slang (Of a person) very excited or full of energy: get crunk with some raw hip hop
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    • Bouncing onstage in a tiny pair of shorts, she wastes no time in getting the crowd crunk with a string of tracks from her debut album.
    • With their Dirty South sound, they gave the crowd exactly what they wanted - to get crunk of course.
    • You can't truly keep it crunk at an all-ages, family-oriented event, right?

Origin

1990s: perhaps an altered past participle of crank1 or a blend of crazy and drunk.

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