Chris Rivers and Tyler Woods revamp Zapp & Roger’s “Computer Love” for the modern era.
Chris Rivers and Termanology connect to catch wreck over Big Daddy Kane’s classic.
The sequel to “Latino” from Joell Ortiz’ The Brick features the likes of Emilio Rojas, Bodega Bamz and Chris Rivers rocking over !llmind production. Off of the Ortiz and !llmind collaborative album Human dropping on July 17.
“Human is a fun album for me. 1st time I worked with one producer on an ENTIRE project. Shout out to ILL Mind for seeing this vision with me and creating the awesome music !! It’s a very honest and raw album,” said Joell Ortiz, “I take you through all the human emotions through storytelling and good rhyming (in my opinion lol) Every record makes you feel a way. Love it or hate it, but you will FEEL it. Really excited to get this out to the people.”
Chris Rivers tackles his father’s “You Ain’t A Killer” and The Lox’s “Recognize” for this quick strike freestyle.
Styles P is back with another freestyle with the assistance of youngin Chris Rivers. Styles and Chris displays a lyrical onslaught over Slaughter House’s Hammer Dance instrumental. Music perform by Styles P and Chris Rivers. Video directed by Danny Cinema Dtaled Films.
With the release of his latest project, Never Left, Sadat X stopped by DJ Eclipse’s RapIsOuttaControl show to engage in some off the dome lyricism alongside Chris Rivers.
Termanology links up with Chris Rivers & H Blanco for the video to “The War Begins”. The first single off Term’s “Shut Up And Rap” album. Prod by Billy Loman. Video shot and edited by CS Films. The album will be available & online 12/9/14 on ST./Brick Records.