Fresh off of the Dime Bag album comes Styles P’s video for “Welfare” featuring Whispers. The video finds the duo as counterfeit food stamp hustlers who are out to get their goods back.
Joell Ortiz, Chris Rivers and Whispers say what they feel and dare you to stop them over a Domingo and Khardier Da God production.
Chris Rivers and Whispers add another one to their long list of dope collaborations.
Whispers strikes out on his own with “The Red Door” mixtape dropping on September 9th. He sparks things up with his collab alongside Sheek Louch titled “Burnin.”
Styles P drops the video for “Weight Up” featuring Whispers off of last year’s A Wise Guy And A Wise Guy project. The video explains why you just can’t trust a big butt and a smile.
Joell Ortiz picks up Chris Rivers’ rhyming partner Whispers and the two take a walk over some Domingo & Armada Beatz production.
The dynamic duo of Chris Rivers and Whispers drop “That Ghetty Green” on your head, which flips ScHoolBoy Q’s “By Any Means.”
Chris Rivers and his tag team partner Whispers remix Rihanna’s “Sex With Me” and create “Best In The Streets.”
Chris Rivers releases a nostalgic Warriors / Rubble Kings theme video for his Black Hearts song. While also adding Styles P on a verse and hook god Whispers on the Chorus. This track can be found on his previously released Medicated Consumption Ep on itunes.
The title isn’t some kind of sexual innuendo as Chris Rivers is joined by Sheek Louch and Whispers for the video that finds a girl going nuts on police.