Outta Your Mind

Album: Crunk Rock (2010)
Charted: 84
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Songfacts®:

  • This electrified track features Los Angeles electro-hop group LMFAO. Jon later returned the favor when he guested on the duo's single, "Shots."
  • Crunk Rock moved away from its original crunk and rock mash-up concept to a far more eclectic album that flirts with house music, pop, electro and R&B. "I kind of took Crunk Rock to another level," Lil Jon told Rolling Stone. "It's not just dealing with crunk music and rock - it's basically a lifestyle. Living life to the fullest, getting crazy, getting crunk and just partying… I'm just trying to make everybody have fun and make 'em dance again. Because in rap, people stopped partying. You go to a hip-hop party and people just stand around trying to look hard and cool. I want people to wild out and sweat and mosh pit again."

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