You may recognize Ohio artist HuntorPrey from his 2013 debut, “The Motion Sound Picture”, a breakthrough project filled with cinematic stories of blue collar living inspired by his time living in Cincinnati as well as native Toledo, Ohio. Since the release, not only has Hunter carved a name for himself in the midwest live performance and slam circuits, he’s become an inspiring and necessary voice and activist in his local community; from assisting in support to the Flint Water Crisis to speaking at local BLM protests.. On December 16th, HuntorPrey will return to his craft with the release of his newest project, the riveting “Running Man” EP, produced entirely by Ill Poetic, via Definition Music..
“This EP is an intimate view of the city I grew up in (Toledo) and the community that raised me, The Junction. From there, the record branches out to the macro issues we’ve been facing as a (people/country/etc) these past few years. I want this project to feel closer to the listener. So it’s very lyric-centered. The music is stripped down and the scope is a mix of both hip-hop and spoken word.”
HuntorPrey’s “Running Man” will be available on all streaming and purchasing platforms with physical product and performances to be announced shortly.