Top 10 Rappers with a Deeper Voice

Barry White (Barry White: Known as the "Walrus of Love," Barry White's deep and velvety voice transcended genres, influencing R&B and hip-hop.

Biggie Smalls (The Notorious B.I.G: The Notorious B.I.G.'s deep, resonant voice is one of the most recognizable in hip-hop history.

DMX: DMX's gravelly and commanding voice played a pivotal role in his success. His aggressive delivery and raw emotion, coupled with his deep timbre.

Ghostface Killah (Wu-Tang Clan: Ghostface Killah's distinctive voice within the Wu-Tang Clan adds a layer of grit to the group's dynamic.

Isaiah Rashad: Isaiah Rashad's deep voice stands out in the contemporary rap landscape. His smooth yet impactful delivery adds a layer of richness to his introspective.

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James Earl Jones (Darth Vader: While primarily known for his iconic voice in film, James Earl Jones's deep, authoritative tones were sampled in hip-hop.

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Jay Rock: Jay Rock's deep voice is a key element of his rugged West Coast sound. His assertive delivery and street-centric storytelling resonate with fans.

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Morgan Freeman (Narration: Though not a rapper, Morgan Freeman's voice has made significant contributions to hip-hop through various narrations.

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Rick Ross: Rick Ross's deep, husky voice is synonymous with his larger-than-life persona. The "Boss" commands attention with his authoritative delivery.

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Scarface: Scarface's deep and distinctive voice has been a hallmark of his lengthy career. As a member of the Geto Boys, his storytelling ability.

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