Where Are they Now? 10 Of Crunk Music’s Heavy Hitters

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January 11, 2013 ‐ By Kendra Koger

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Cited as the creators of crunk music, the group that hailed from Memphis, Tenn. came on the scene with the heavy beats that are so representative of crunk music.  After winning their Academy Award for “It’s Hard Out Here for a Pimp,”  they went on to do their reality show “Adventures in Hollyhood,” which only aired for one season.

Juicy J and DJ Paul competed in the VH1 reality show “Famous Food,” and they both have done voice acting for video games.  They also released a clothing line.  Separately, Juicy J has released multiple mixtapes, two solo albums, including the hood classic single, “Bandz A Make Her Dance,” and is planning to release another album in 2013.  DJ Paul has also released multiple mixtapes and three solo albums.  His latest was released in 2012, but he ran into a few problems when a taser gun was found on him in NYC during a routine check.

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  • baddvixentype

    im sorry but “Adventures in Hollyhood” was funny af! I’d watch another season of that!

  • psylocke_2001

    I think Madame Noire may have gotten some of these former crunkers current occupations wrong. I do believe I have seen some of them working at the Chicken King down the street from me.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Tiffanie-MadameGigglez-Thomas/665285721 Tiffanie MadameGigglez Thomas

    okay i have been dumbed about down 800 points after watching that Young Bloods video just to play Where’s Waldo with Lauren London… and i STILL aint see her…

  • Dcarter910

    Where ever they are at…please let them stay there.

  • thegoodluckpig

    I honestly don’t care where most of them are because those 2 hit wonders are still living on in their own way. People in my age group are still nuckin and buckin and ready to fight and that’s all that matters wouldnt want a new Pastor Troy or Bonecrusher CD just wanna remember high school for a few minutes in the club.

    • Suchalady

      Agreed.

  • IllyPhilly

    WTF was up wit Lil Scrappy’s album’s name?

    • SunshineBlossom

      You peeped that too right? I just thought it was an illogical spin off of biggie’s album.