As Rite Hook continues to prep his next full-length project (Modify), the Boston emcee delivers another standout track with, “The Motions.” It’s an anthem for anyone tired of the bullsh*t and verbal garbage that can too often weigh us down.
The track is fueled by a piano-laced slapper courtesy of The Arcitype, who also resides in Boston and has worked with the likes of Termanology, Slaine, Reks and more. But it’s not an all-Beantown-everything affair on here, because Hook is joined on “The Motions” by New York spitter, Chris Rivers (aka Big Pun’s son). The Big Apple rapper does his namesake proud with a verse littered with slick, blistering rhymes that match the track’s theme of rising above the snakes and staying true to both yourself and your artistry.
You can download “The Motions” now via iTunes, and be sure to peep previous leak, “The Road,” right here. Hook’s Modify is due out in early 2016 via Leedz Edutainment…stay tuned!