Rite Hook Delivers Poignant Rhymes Laced with Pure Grit in His “Eastern Standard” In-Studio Performance (Music)

Leedz Edutainment’s upcoming compilation project, Eastern Standard, is almost here. And to celebrate one of their most talented and featured artists, Rite Hook, delivers an impressive and gripping verse as part of a recent in-studio performance.

The proud Beantown artist flexes his rhyming talents over a dark, cinematic backdrop. Armed with verbal darts for his enemies and some introspective lines, Rite Hook blends the good, bad and ugly for two minutes straight. Hook may be known to some as one of underground Hip-Hop’s stronger vocal and songwriting talents, but he’s showing here that he can absolutely spit with the best of ‘em.

You’ll find him gracing three of the cuts on Eastern Standard, a feature-packed project boasting 21 total tracks, along with an immense lineup of talent that includes and stretches beyond Leedz’ New England roots, such as Slaine, Michael Christmas, Blacastan, Chris Orrick (f/k/a RedPill), Chris Rivers, Mega Ran, Spose, Natti and Deacon The Villain (of CunninLynguists), YGTUT, and many more!

Eastern Standard is due out May 18 and will be available through all major digital retailers and streaming platforms, courtesy of Leedz Edutainment!

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