Chris Rivers Embraces Individuality On New Track “Be You”
Written by TheYoungFuture on July 11, 2018
Article written by: Aron A.
Chris Rivers hasn’t slacked one bit this year. The rapper’s been dishing out new music as part of his “Barz Day Wednesday” series and he hasn’t missed a single week since launching the series in January. Whether it’s over iconic 90’s production or dropping bars over more recent tracks, Chris Rivers’ has proved his versatility as a rapper. Last week, he dropped off a remix of Drake‘s “I’m Upset,” but today, he brings a more underground vibe with his new track, “Be You.”
Chris Rivers is back with another installment in his “Barz Day Wednesday” series with his new track, “Be You.” The rapper tackles the production of Mick Jenkins‘ track, “Vibe” for this one. Over the past several weeks, the majority of his tracks have been over mainstream production from the likes of Big Sean, Drake and others. However, on this one, he sounds more in his element over a more traditional hip hop sound.
I know half of ’em fake, tape the damage, don’t break
In a cancerous state like your hands on your face
I ain’t face palmin’, I stay calm, never stay common
You should stay, hangin’ off my nuts ’til you taste almonds