After A Plethora Of Recent Standout Appearances, Chris “Baby Pun” Rivers Offers Up Wonderland Of Misery 2 (Mixtape)

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Although Chris Rivers has yet to release a studio album, the Bronx, New Yorker is already part of arguably the best father/son battery in Hip-Hop history. While any offspring of the legendary Big Pun could seemingly be poised for such an honorable recognition, Chris has earned his stars and bars with a stellar offering of solo material throughout the last year and a half.

Rapping alongside O.G.’s such as KRS-One, R.A. The Rugged Man, and Styles P, “Baby Pun” as he was once known has not only held his own, he’s done so in a style and manner not heavily-attached to his Terror Squad father’s legacy. Chris is his own man, and his own MC. Such is true throughout brand new mixtape, Wonderland Of Misery 2 (The Good King). Like his late old man, Chris enjoys the darker side of things, and kicks some dazzling flows about grimier, depressing issues, and some rays of light mixed in.

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Is Chris Rivers ready for that deal and studio album?

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