- excited; full of energy.
- drunk and high on drugs.
Examples from the Web for crunk
But, as Billboard put it, their golden age “faded with the rise of rawer hip-hop sub-genres like crunk and snap.”
Juicy J claims the label wanted them to tweak their sound, transitioning from their crunk roots to more pop-oriented material.Juicy J, Oscar-Winning Former Three 6 Mafia Rapper, on His Triumphant Return|Marlow Stern|May 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Turns out Googoosha is more than just a fresh blast of Central Asian crunk.Googoosha: Uzbek Dictator's Daughter Is a Disco Queen|Chris Lee|June 18, 2012|DAILY BEAST
In every instance some member of the Crunk gang would claim the property under oath and take it away.The Twin Hells|John N. Reynolds
British Dictionary definitions for crunk
Word Origin for crunk
Word Origin and History for 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."