Hook is a part of the chorus that gives makes you want to constantly listen to a particular song. Basically it is a hook that makes you love any particular song. A hook can be lyrical or an instrumental and always appeals to the listener. Different experts give different examples for explaining a hook in a chorus. Some say if you know the mechanics of catching fish, you will be able to visualise how a hook in a song or chorus works. A hook can be a single impressive vocal line, a guitar riff or a special sound of a drum. If any of these makes you want to repeatedly listen to a particular song then it is considered to be a hook. Sometimes we like some song or any particular line which means that a particular hook is working. Along with storyline hooks, sound hooks are also very famous to make a person listen to a full song.
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A repetition of several lines in a particular song is called a chorus. The structure of the song is also considered to be a chorus. It is slightly louder than the verse and appeals to the listener in a rhythmic manner. A chorus can be a title of the song as well but usually it comes after the verse. Chorus has different parts such as refrain and hook. The repetitive nature of a chorus usually makes you want to listen and sing along with a particular song.
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