Chris Rivers lost his father when he was just a 5-year-old who had no idea how much of an impact that Christopher Rios had made on the hip hop community. But he’s followed in his late father’s footsteps and established himself as an emcee. The son of Big Pun pays homage to his father on “Sincerely Me.”
Producer Slim One connects with Termanology and Chris Rivers for the video to “JuST Do It,” from his forthcoming album Iconic.
Producer Marty McKay and wordsmith Canibus will collaborate for The Matrix Theory 1 EP, which will be released on December 10th. To lead the charge, the duo enlists the services of Chris Rivers and Wrekonize for “Agent Smith.”
After a bit of silence, Chris Rivers flexes over the same beat that saw Tory Lanez and Joyner Lucas go back and forth for the “I’m Litty Too” freestyle.
Another week, another freestyle. Chris Rivers jacks another beat. However, it’s not one you’ll immediately recognize as Rivers takes on Wendy’s response to Hamburger Helper titled “Holding It Down.” Yes, that’s a fast food chain dissing the boxed meal.
For Chris Rivers latest endeavor in beat jacking, the son of Big Pun lifts Isaiah Rashad’s “Shot You Down” for “Now or Never.”
For this week’s lesson in song hijacking, Chris Rivers snatches up Nicki Minaj and 6ix9ine’s “FEFE” collaboration and flips it into “Free Free.”
Chris Rivers smooths it out over Mick Jenkins “Vibe” for his latest weekly entry “Be You.”
Chris Rivers hijacks Drake’s “I’m Upset” and flips it for “You’re Lonely.”
After going into the time machine for Biggie’s “Gimme The Loot,” Chris Rivers gets a little more modern with his latest freestyle over J. Cole’s “Is She Gon Pop” and concocts “Art of Destruction.”