Chris Rivers Refuses To Be Passed Over As He Spits His Life From An Overpass (Video)

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Chris Rivers never ceases to serve hot bars to the masses. The Bronx, New Yorker lives to spit lyrics, and his output of music grows—as does his profile of late. “Born For This” is a single that traces back Big Pun’s son and his earliest dreams of a Rap career and the immediate hurdles he encountered. Spitting as he walks around town, this is street rapping taken to a literal level.

The same month the Styles P affiliate gave the BET Hip Hop Awards a standout cypher verse, he finds simpler surroundings to remember Hip-Hop Heads that this art form is in his bloodline, and why he’s survived a lot more than casual Rap listeners. Listen close, and you’ll hear about Rivers’ hunger pains, family struggles, and sadness—despite his celebrity legend father.

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The song is produced by Clipsmoke.