The idea of hypermeter is that there is a metrical structure at the level of the measure. In other words, instead of counting 1–2–3–4 as beats in a measure of 4/4, we can actually count "1" for the first measure, "2" for the second measure, etc., as entire measures in a 4-beat hypermeter. One of the interesting things about hypermeter is that, like in regular meter, the first beat/measure is often accented in some way.
(As one example, in The Police's "Every Little Thing She Does is Magic," we can conduct one beat per bass pitch at the start to experience the 4/4 hypermeter. The chorus at 0:36 begins on a beat 1 of the hypermeter, but there's a clever shift at around 0:46 where what we expect to be beat 4 of the hypermeter is actually an early beat 1.)
In popular music, sometimes accented beats are different; for instance, it's really common to accent beats 2 and 4 in popular music. As such, is there any kind of "back beat hypermeter" where these large-scale beats 2 and 4 are accented?