Label: Lil Jon/Universal Republic
Lil Jon's first album in six years, Crunk Rock is a raunchy, booty-shaking exercise. At 90-plus minutes and 20 tracks, it's a hot mess made for the fast-forward button. Amidst a whirlwind of crunk, R&B and electro-pop, dozens of guests keep the party going with knucklehead vocals; on "Shots," LMFAO raps, "The ladies love us/ When we pour shots/ They need an excuse/ To suck our c*cks." Choice Crunk Rock cuts include "On De Grind" (with Damian and Stephen Marley) and "Throw It Up" (with Waka Flocka Flame and Soulja Boy), but feel free to pick your own favorites and ignore the rest.