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|Stylistic origins||Crunk, contemporary R&B|
|Cultural origins||Mid 2000s, Atlanta, United States|
|Typical instruments||Drum machine, synthesizer, PC, vocals, rapping|
Crunk&B (also known as C&B or crunk 'n' blues) is a type of music that combines contemporary R&B with elements of crunk music. Both the term and music were coined by Lil Jon after he produced "Yeah!" for Usher and "Okay" for Nivea in 2004.
- "Yeah!" – Usher featuring Lil Jon and Ludacris
- "Okay" – Nivea featuring Lil Jon and YoungBloodZ
- "Run It!" – Chris Brown featuring Juelz Santana
- "Taurus Here" – Taurus
- "I Like That" – Houston featuring Chingy, Nate Dogg and I-20
- "Touch" – Amerie
- "Goodies" – Ciara featuring Petey Pablo
- "Girlfight" – Brooke Valentine featuring Lil Jon and Big Boi
- Rojas, Sabrina. "Celebrity News & Gossip, Movies, Fashion & Style". Vh1.com. Retrieved 2012-12-29.
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