Crunk & B

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Crunk&B
Stylistic origins Crunk, contemporary R&B
Cultural origins Mid 2000s, Atlanta, United States
Typical instruments Drum machine, synthesizer, PC, vocals, rapping
Mainstream popularity Mid 2000s to early 2010s

Crunk & B (also known as C&B or crunk 'n' blues) is a type of music that combines crunk music and contemporary R&B. Both the name and music were created by Lil Jon after he produced "Yeah!" for Usher and "Okay" for Nivea in 2004.[1]

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