Deantè Hitchcock is a buzzing rapper coming out of Atlanta with tremendous talent and a staunch hunger for improvement. Hitchcock hails from Riverdale, Georgia and began rapping at the tender age of 12-years-old. He didn't get serious about rapping until he got to college at Georgia Southern University and began recording videos called "New Atlanta Truesdays" and dropped his first project his freshman year.
Fast forward a few years and he is gaining traction in both his region and the industry and seeks to make 2017 his coming out party. Today the rapper shares a new silky smooth track driven by a chopped-n-screwed sample of Hi-Five's "Never Should've Let You Go" from the movie Sister Act 2: Back In The Habit.
Hitchcock takes us deep into his mind, that's riddled with thoughts ranging from lust to love, as his steady flow rips through the thunderous production and creates a real slick cut yielding a high element of appeal.
You can stream the new single here and check out his recent project GOOD here.
Drinking out the bottle to deal with all of my problems
I should call
I thought I had the right one the last time around
But I think I love em all
- Deantè Hitchcock