crunkest

crunk

[kruhngk]
noun
1.
a type of hip-hop originating in the southern U.S. and characterized by heavy bass and call-and-response vocals.
adjective
2.
Slang.
a.
excited; full of energy.
b.
drunk and high on drugs.

Origin:
1990-95; perhaps cr(azy) + (dr)unk

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crunk (krʌnk)
 
n
a form of hip-hop music originating in the southern states of the US
 
[C20: from cr(azy) + (dr)unk]

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crunk
by 1999, style of popular music developed in U.S. South in 1990s; often said to be a contraction of crazy drunk. It was used early in a sense of "cool, good."
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