Chris Rivers takes on three popular instrumentals for his next freestyle as he rocks out over Future‘s “Mask Off,” JAY-Z‘s “Smile” and Bruno Mars‘ “24K Magic.”
The son of Big Pun steps out from the large shadow of his father and drops his “Delorean” project. 21 tracks including features from the likes of Sheek Louch, Styles P, Whispers and more. Stream the project in its entirety right now.
With Delorean dropping this Friday, Chris Rivers flexes over the instrumental to Kendrick Lamar’s “Humble.”
The son of Big Pun pays homage to the late Prodigy by dropping a freestyle over the instrumental to “Shook Ones.”
Chris Rivers will finally release his debut album Delorean later this year and the son of Big Pun connects with Dyce Payne to speak his piece on a lady in his life who is close to falling by the wayside.
The Snowgoons use Chris Rivers as the catalyst for their latest video off of their recently released Goon Bap album titled “Keep Runnin.”
It’s hard to believe that it has been 17 long years since the passing of Big Pun. But Chris Rivers will carry on his father’s tradition into the new frontier and his latest obliteration of the microphone on Funkmaster Flex’s freestyle series.
Chris Rivers explains how he didn’t choose the life he lives; this live chose him.
Planit Hank brings together a menacing militia of emcees for “The Omen.” Canibus, Chris Rivers and Kool G Rap join forces while DJ Evil Dee puts the stamp on it on this awesome posse cut. Here’s what Hank said is the reason behind the collab.
My idea behind this song was to give hip-hop something they haven’t heard before and I always wanted to hear a Canibus and Big Pun collaboration due to the unfortunate events of Pun’s passing. Years later, thanks to Chris carrying on the torch of one of hip-hop’s Legends, hip-hop has a chance to hear these two emcees come together for the good of the culture. With the addition of G Rap, we get to also reignite that magic we heard on Allied Meta Forces. To close it out, the Legendary DJ Evil Dee from Black Moon gives us that boom bap stamp of pure hip-hop. That piece of Duck Down, with the cuts on hooks, brings it home for a song that was two decades in the making.
Joell Ortiz, Chris Rivers and Whispers say what they feel and dare you to stop them over a Domingo and Khardier Da God production.