The Eastside Boyz

Rap Group Long before Lil Jon named himself the "King of Crunk," he had dreams of ascending the thrown with childhood friends Big Sam and Lil Bo. The Atlanta-based rap group that would become Lil Jon and The Eastside Boyz was originally formed in 1997 with Jon at the helm. Their debut album Get Crunk, Who U Wit: Da Album was released after the popularity of their first nationwide hit single "Bia' Bia."  In 2002, the group followed up with the release of Kings of Crunk, made popular by the single "I Don't Give A..." featuring Mystikal and Krayzie Bone.  The group also worked with the Ying Yang Twins on "Get Low," Lil Scrappy on "What You Gone Do," and Usher's "Lovers and Friends."

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Lil Jon Flies Cross Country to Vote After Absentee Ballot Mixup

Rapper flew from Los Angeles to Atlanta to vote in person.

Celebrities Who Are Rocking the Vote in 2014

Rick Ross and Elle Varner are this year's Respect My Vote campaign ambassadors ahead of the 2014 midterm elections. Take a look at other celebs who want us to go vote.

The Obamas' Ultimate Music Moments

The First Family rocks out to Lil Jon, Beyoncé and others.

Taking The Stage

Check out who is going to be hitting the stage to perform at the 2014 Soul Train Awards.

Michelle Obama Samples Lil Jon in 'Turnip for What?'

The first lady goes viral on Vine and encourages healthy eating at the same time.

BET Wire: An Ally Calls Out Obama's Leadership Skills

President Obama's "allies" accuse him of weak leadership and respondents in a national poll concur; a Republican congressional candidate uses footage from the beheading of an American journalist in a campaign ad; a second Black congressional distr...
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