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Intimidating rap music

He's written about music for The Village Voice, The Singles Jukebox, two EMP Pop Conferences, his church newsletter, and his blogs Norteño Blog and Surfing in Babylon.

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Rap has a long fascination with talking about crime and causing violence, Schooly D and Ice-T are some of the original rappers who had ultra violent lyrics, but even LL Cool J would take a musclebound man and put his face in the sand.

There are, however, exceptions to the rule with certain rappers that make you bite your tongue and think before speaking.

Thanks to Luv Jonez for compiling a list with The Bee Shine of the ten most intimidating rappers.

Though short in stature, his spirit and presence, combined with his outfit of army fatigues make his work larger than life.

Hailing from the impoverished city of Detroit, Trick Trick emerged in recent years as a grimey, thug rapper with notable connections.

The results were part Ennio Morricone and part classic norteño, resulting in one of the wildest, most consistently interesting soundtracks of 2011.