Don't have an account yet? Get the most out of your experience with a personalized all-access pass to everything local on events, music, restaurants, news and more. Rock bands covering music in a different genre can sometimes be a sensitive subject. You have people that love both genres separately but then there are fans who prefer their music to be a bit blended. Punk Goes YouTube gives many indie screamo artists an outlet to share the songs they've covered of hip-hop and pop artists. It's an acquired taste but we think the results are kind of cool and we can't help but giggle at how the some of the lyrics sound this way. Here are 12 of some of the best hip-hop and pop song covers.
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Crunkcore also called crunk punk ,  screamo-crunk , and scrunk  is a musical fusion genre characterized by the combination of cultural and musical elements from crunk , screamo , pop , electronic and dance music. Writer and musician Jessica Hopper claims that the influences for crunkcore can be traced back to when Panic! The Phoenix described crunkcore as "a combination of minimalist Southern hip-hop , Auto-Tune croons, techno breakdowns, barked vocals, and party-till-you-puke poetics". The Boston Phoenix has mentioned criticism of the style, saying that "the idea that a handful of kids would remix lowest-common-denominator screamo with crunk beats, misappropriated gangsterisms, and the extreme garishness of emo fashion was sure to incite hate-filled diatribes". According to Tate, "they're just that bad, and they epitomize everything that music and human beings should not be. All these critics are trying to bring us down, and yet we're selling a lot of copies of our music and that's because of our dedicated fans.
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