Deante’ Hitchcock Releases New Single “Alone”

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Deante’ Hitchcock’s new single “Alone” is available now through ByStorm Entertainment/RCA Records. The languid cut, which is driven by the sensual strum of guitar strings, finds Deante’ debating whether he should let his guard down for a potential love affair or if they are both better off alone.

“We’re so busy trying to be understood we forget how to be understanding,” says Deante’. “Everybody’s trying to figure this thing out, but it’s so hard, man. On one end, it’s like I’m better off alone, so I don’t have to deal with anyone else’s shit, but it’s also like damn, I’m better off alone to not have to deal with my shit either. But I’m trying, ya know.”

The new single follows the Everyday The 14th EP, which contains the fellatio-filled stellar single “Neck Up.” You can tap into the new single below.

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Deante Hitchcock Would Rather Be ‘Alone’ On The First Single From His Upcoming Album

Atlanta rapper Deante Hitchcock is preparing to release his second album this year after dropping the Valentine’s Day-themed EP, Every Day The 14th, a month ago. To get the campaign started, he shared the first single from the upcoming project, “Alone.” A heartbroken rap ballad, the song features production by Brandon Phillips-Taylor, who crafts a Latin guitar-laden backdrop over which Hitchcock reflects on a failed relationship, deciding that maybe he’s better off alone than with the woman who won’t reciprocate his feelings.

The Clayton County native has been lying relatively low over the past year after making a splashy, impressive debut with Better in May 2020. After dropping both a deluxe version and a live version of the album, he spent much of 2021 releasing discrete freestyles over fan-favorite beats like SpotemGottem’s “Beat Box,” Drake’s “What’s Next,” and Outkast’s “Roses.” He also appeared on a remix of Spillage Village’s Spilligion single “Baptized” along with IDK and Flatbush Zombies, then contributed a verse to “Georgan Favors” from the deluxe version of Isiaiah Rashad’s well-received 2021 album The House Is Burning.

Although it’s been a while since his last proper release, Every Day The 14th helped to kick start his momentum for 2022, and with another album on the way, he looks to build on his breakout year.

Listen to Deante Hitchcock’s new single “Alone” below.

Deante’ Hitchcock Releases New EP ‘Everyday the 14th’

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Everyday the 14th, the latest EP from Grammy-nominated Atlanta rapper Deante’ Hitchcock, is out now on ByStorm Entertainment/RCA Records.

The new four-track EP is a dive into relationships, their ups and downs, infusing multiple genres across the way. Led by the infectious “Neck Up,” feat, Bairi, and Dende, the album is a tight, solid listen for returning fans and newcomers alike.

“This EP is about not taking relationships, situationships, or whatever you’re in at the moment too seriously,” says Deante’ of the project. “Those times are fun, man, let it be that. It’s not always love, but sometimes it is. Only way to find out is to find out, right? This year a lot of my music is gonna be about finding out.”

You can hear the new release below.

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Deante Hitchcock Sets Up His Forthcoming EP With The Subtly Raunchy ‘Neck Up’ Video

Today’s Valentine’s Day, but you wouldn’t know it from some of today’s headlines. Fortunately, Atlanta rapper Deante Hitchcock has arrived to put the focus back on romance in his own cheeky way. Dropping the “Neck Up” video, Hitchcock shouts out all the throat GOATs out there with a subtly raunchy visual that focuses on the spicier side of Cupid’s day. The clip sees Deante heading to an appointment and displays his and his potential partner’s preparations, including lighting candles at a shrine with photos of Nancy Reagan, Karrine Stephans, and Andy King… If you know, you know.

The single is the first from Hitchcock’s upcoming EP, Every Day The 14th, which is due February 14 on RCA Records. The EP will be Deante Hitchcock since 2020’s Better, his debut album on ByStorm Entertainment/RCA. Since then, he’s been steadily releasing both smooth singles and witty freestyles in an effort to keep his momentum going. He’s put his own spin on tracks like Drake’s “What’s Next,” SpottemGotem’s “Beat Box,” Outkast’s “Roses,” and Spillage Village’s “Baptize,” which also earned him a spot on the official remix of the song. Most recently, he popped up on the deluxe edition of Isaiah Rashad’s album The House Is Burning, and he’s established himself as one of the Atlanta rappers to watch in the coming year.

Every Day The 14th is due 2/17. You can pre-save it here.

Isaiah Rashad Drops A Deluxe Edition Of ‘The House Is Burning’ With Juicy J, Young Nudy, And More After ‘Homies Begged’

The world waited nearly five years for Isaiah Rashad to make his return to the music world and finally, at the beginning of August, he did just that. The TDE rapper touched down with his second album The House Is Burning, and it was met with rave reviews from fans. Guest appearances from Lil Uzi Vert, Jay Rock, SZA, 6lack, Smino, and more also stood out on Rashad’s latest body of work. Nearly four months after he released it, Rashad returns with its deluxe version simply because the “homies begged.”

The new version adds four songs to the project’s original 16 tracks. It finds Rashad sticking to his Tennessee roots by sharing a remix of “RIP Young” with Juicy J and Project and heading to Atlanta for “Deep Blue” with Young Nudy and “Geordan Favors” with Deante’ Hitchcock. Lastly, the TDE rapper recruits West coast singer Umi for the deluxe edition’s closer, “Donuts.”

Prior to sharing the deluxe version of The House Is Burning, Rashad released videos for “THIB,” “Chad” with YGTUT,” and “From The Garden” with Lil Uzi. He also stopped by A COLORS Show to deliver a vivid performance of “HB2U.”

The House Is Burning (Homies Begged) is out now via TDE/Warner. Get it here.

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Spillage Village’s ‘Baptized’ Remix Adds Fiery Verses From Deante’ Hitchcock, IDK, And Flatbush Zombies

Atlanta rap supergroup Spillage Village had one of the best albums of 2020 in Spilligion, and today, they took a huge step in extending its shelf life, releasing a remixed version of the album’s second single “Baptize.” The new version adds a who’s-who of the group members’ favorite collaborators, including Deante’ Hitchcock, who contributes the verse from his #NewAtlantaTuesdays freestyle over the beat, IDK, and Flatbush Zombies to turn the introspective track into a full-blown posse cut of cerebral rhymes and complex cadences. Group member Hollywood JB also makes an appearance to help keep the Spillage crew’s presence strong.

While the original version of the song focuses heavily on religious imagery as a lens through which to make sense of the global turmoil at the time of the album’s creation, the new version mostly does away with the framing devices, allowing the guest rappers to right down to the nitty-gritty. While Hitchcock spits socio-political commentary, IDK boasts of his off-season accomplishments and wonders if he should forego meetings with Netflix to work with HBO. Juice and Erick of Flatbush Zombies bat cleanup, preaching self-reliance and optimism to cope with the issues plaguing the world.

Listen to Spillage Village’s “Baptized” remix featuring Deante Hitchcock’, IDK, and Flatbush Zombies above.

Some artists covered here are Warner Music artists. Uproxx is an independent subsidiary of Warner Music Group.