Deante Hitchcock is something special.
In today's environment the thought of another rapper from Atlanta exudes one common blanket for those unfamiliar with the city’s vibrant underground Hip-Hop scene and the talent it's been birthing lately, and the 23-year old Hitchcock is no exception to the fact.
Earlier this year marked the release of his “Just A Sample” project, an EP that beautifully uncovered his romantic life and put the budding emcee’s magnetism at the forefront.
The project was only the latest in a catalog of solid releases and his consistency has yet to falter.
Early last month, Deante dropped off his “Talking to God Pt. 2” single, an insightful and poetic work that serves as fitting introduction for those just getting to know him as an artist.
Produced by Brandon Phillips Taylor, the backdrop is a flip of gospel group, The Clark Sisters’ “ Is My Living In Vain.”
Fittingly, Deante’s signature drawl rings out prolific thoughts of his mental state and past regrets.
When it come that time, and you look inside
And see a whole lot more than what you ready to see
I hope you deal with it better than I could've ever imagined
Though, at least pick up a pen and write it out to a beat.