The worst rapper / hype man ever. He is overplayed and can be found on almost any mainstream hip hop track out there. Listen closely and you can at least hear him screaming "HUWHAT" in the background. This fraud gets paid millions of dollars to scream meaningless words like "WHAT", "OKAY", and "YEAAAAAAAH!" on other rappers' songs. He appears most commonly on Ying Yang Twins tracks, who by the way, are some of the worst dirty south rappers.
Expert : lil jon used to be good back in the day of "Let my nuts go" and " "Bia Bia." Now every plastic highschool teen girl thinks he is the epitome of great music. Go listen to some Common, Aesop Rock, or Talib Kweli.
x The Phonetics of Lil' Jon
X Etymology of Lil' Jon
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1. King of Crunk
2. Pimp cup holding rapper/producer that loves to yell "OOOOOOOOOKAAAAY" "YEEEEEEAAAAAAAH"and my favorite "WHHHHHHHAAAAAT?"
David Chappelle Show: "A Day of the Life with Lil Jon"
Doc: Do you take any drugs?
Lil Jon: what do you mean by drugs?
Doc: Prescription drugs?
lil jon: nope
Lil jon: of course not
Lil Jon: YYYYYEEEEEEEEAAAH!!
the craziest nigga around. I'm not even sure he's mentally sane. Creator of " YEAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHH, WHATTTTT?, OKAYYYYYY!, and my personal favorite LLLLLLLLLLLETS GOOOO"
"hey did you hear that new lil jon song?"
"Um dude, that guy can't rap, he knows like 4 words man"
A dirty south rapper, famous for collaborating with other dirty south rappers to create the ultimate club song. Also Famous for his exaggerative use of words such as: "What, Yeah, and Okay!"
What! (pronounced as) Hoo-whuttttt!
Yeah! (pronounced as) E-yea-uuhhh!
Okay! (pronounced as) Oh-kayyuhh!
One of the biggest rappers out today. Has made the following words more famous than they were 5 minutes before he came along:
Listen to the new song by Lil Jon. The lyrics are what?, yeah!, and okay!!!
Beatsmith and pioneer of Krunk music.
Beats and screams designed simply to get rowdy and repraxent your set. Major Nationwide hit with Put yo Hood up that starts by naming a dozen cities often ignored by major media 3rd ward, funky town, Decatur, etc..
Original and Ground Breaking beats influenced by slam dancing and agressive percussion. Lil Jon's signature rolls and basslines are un-matched currently in the club set.
The whole ATL/HOU scene are major BME fanatics.
a man who makes music and beats for rappers in the dirty souf. noted for his excessive use of the words: yeah, okay, and what. popularized by dave chappelle skit.
Note: is said to be always drunk, and goes nowhere without his pimp cup
wow look its another song with lil jon on it, what a surprise, his lyrics are so verbose!!!