Rite Hook and Chris Rivers represent for the Leedz Edutainment compilation that was released a couple of weeks ago, Eastern Standard. This is a stand out cut from a great collection of talent and music. You need to check the whole thing out. I am sure you are going to find a ton of joints you like.
…you made your bed now sleep in it, give a fuck if it’s comfortable.
Problems can sometimes feel insurmountable but these emcees are going to take their best shot over a neuro-stimulating Snowgoons production. Locksmith, Skrewtape, and Rite Hook each spit some bars about how the odds are stacked against them and each day can seem like a fist fight. It’s an interesting combination of artists that create a dope and cohesive joint.
Goon Bap drops in four days…make sure you check it.
La Coka Nostra is back like the horsemen of the apocalypse dropping strife and pestilence through your speakers with their latest single, Waging War. On the track you get dope sixteens from both Ill Bill and Slaine, along with a strong hook from Rite Hook. Arcitype is on the beat.
The group’s album, To Thine Own Self Be True, is due out on November 4th and is not to be missed.
Rite Hook releases a new single from his forthcoming album, Modify. The cut features banging’ piano laced production from The Arcitpye and a fresh sixteen from Chris Rivers. This gong, like the first single, simply knock.
I am really excited to hear the album as Rite Hook’s discography gets more impressive with every release.
Rite Hook is back with a Sicknature produced single as a prelude to his forthcoming album Modify. Rite Hook brings a ton of energy to the track along with his trademark gravelly-voiced hooks. And those two things have been his calling card for years. If you haven’t been put on to Rite Hook releases previously, be sure to check out his albums, Draw You In and From The Wrong.
Madchild and Slaine combine to form the group Supreme Villain for a track that taps on their depravity and anxiety. And who is the perfect person to provide the hook for a song of this nature? None other than the dirty-hook specialist, Rite Hook.
Rite Hook’s album, From The Wrong, drops on Monday. This is the last single to drop before the arrival of the album, and it’s a doozy. Lu Balz’ production it really effective. It’s not so big that it ‘covers’ the emcees but still knocks. Rite Hook, Vinnie Paz, and Slaine all have had to struggle for what they have and no…that ain’t easy. Lace your boots up and cop the album when it drops in a couple of days.
I am not sure if I even remember the original. I will have to go back and check for it in my iTunes. But what I do know for sure, is that this track is a beautiful piece of work. It’s easily one of the top five tracks I have heard from Rite Hook. C-Lance really gave this track a ton of character with this joint. Definitely one of those songs that will stick in your head (like so many Rite Hook songs do when you listen to them). The new album, From The Wrong, drops in a couple of weeks. Be ready.
No one has ever accused Boston’s Rite Hook in being conventional, and this video and song is certainly not conventional. This video reminds me of an 8MM that you weren’t supposed to find from a horror movie. It’s dark, grainy, and just a little sinister. Sinister also describes Rite Hook’s flow and lyrics on Cursed Man. It’s just enough to make you feel a little uneasy. Uneasy or not, Rite Hook is one of the more unique talents from the Bean and I love his ability to do his own hooks. It’s one of the things that sets him apart from his contemporaries. The production from Cursed Man comes courtesy of Rob Whitaker. His new album, From The Wrong, drops on November 11th.
Artist: Rite Hook
Album: Draw You In
01. Draw You In (Feat. Lisa Bello)
02. Now And Then
03. Walk This Town (Feat. Planet Asia And Copywrite)
04. Bear With Me
07. She’s Crazy
08. Lock Eyes On The Enemy (Feat. Saigon And JoJo Pellegrino)
09. King Of The Throne
10. Cuttin Down (Feat. Stu Cat)
12. Take My Picture
14. Lose Control (Feat. Action Bronson)
16. Come Tommorrow
17. D.E.A.D End (Bonus Track)
I make no secrets on this blog about the artists I am feeling. And usually, the pattern repeats, as consistency appeals to me. This brings us to the latest work by Boston artist, Rite Hook. I have spoken to his appeal before but to recap previous posts, Rite Hook has great song making ability. He is able to put intelligent and emotional music together. He also has become a master at being able to construct dope hooks. His dark crooning really ties his songs together.