Hook talks about endlessly journaling, growing up a Barb, how being called “weird” is a compliment to her, and performs “ANSwer!” live in studio
This week we caught up with Hook, who caught my attention last year with the release of her stellar tape “Bully.” Had the opportunity to meet up and talk with her last year on the “You Feel Me?” podcast where I learned she’s been gearing up to be a musician since childhood. She was in a girl group some family members as a kid, and the bootcamp-like environment of training to be a pop star has influenced her work ethic as an adult. She seemingly bootcamps everything now, an avid learner that obsessively studies music and philosophy, she’d rather be at home working on something than be out partying. Since we met she’s released “ILYHOOK”, “Crashed My Car”, and today releases “ILY2HOOK.” That tireless work ethic has clearly been paying off, as she’s skyrocketed into the rap landscape and ended up collabing and working with some of the artists that inspired her in the first place.
Hear us talk about endlessly journaling, growing up a Barb, and how being called “weird” is a compliment to her.