Chri$ Born - RimJob (Prod. By Chri$ Born) [New Song]

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Chri$ Born shares a new track, titled "RimJob".

Chri$ Born is a 20-year-old artist from Detroit, Michigan. He's known t self-produce, and his latest record, which features a futuristic, bass-driven groove, is no exception. Chris greets the ambient synths, distorted snares, and wobbling sub-bass with a variety of flows, sometimes slipping into the popular "ay"-punctuating flow, sometimes stoically delivering long strings of breathless rhymes. He's someone who sounds like he's developed a rap style and production style simultaneously, carving out a very specific lane for himself in the process. He certainly doesn't sound much like his peers in Detroit, but he's not without contemporaries, fitting into a larger post-regional scene of industrial-leaning rapper-producers.

Quotable Lyrics:
Got no money, but I'm ballin' like it's magic
Tracy 'Grady, I'm an all-star
I've been ballin' with the magic
Feelin' thug, I'm feelin' good, I'm feelin' up
Man, they treat a n*gga like some gas
They trynna fill him up


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RimJob (Prod. By Chri$ Born)

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User  Rating:
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87% (40)
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audience rating
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5 HOTTTTT
2 MEH
4 NOT FEELING IT
0 MAKE IT STOP
User Rating:
87% (40)

Chri$ Born shares a new track, titled "RimJob".


Chri$ Born is a 20-year-old artist from Detroit, Michigan. He's known t self-produce, and his latest record, which features a futuristic, bass-driven groove, is no exception. Chris greets the ambient synths, distorted snares, and wobbling sub-bass with a variety of flows, sometimes slipping into the popular "ay"-punctuating flow, sometimes stoically delivering long strings of breathless rhymes. He's someone who sounds like he's developed a rap style and production style simultaneously, carving out a very specific lane for himself in the process. He certainly doesn't sound much like his peers in Detroit, but he's not without contemporaries, fitting into a larger post-regional scene of industrial-leaning rapper-producers.

Quotable Lyrics:
Got no money, but I'm ballin' like it's magic
Tracy 'Grady, I'm an all-star
I've been ballin' with the magic
Feelin' thug, I'm feelin' good, I'm feelin' up
Man, they treat a n*gga like some gas
They trynna fill him up


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