‘I Hate You’ instrumental by SZA is played over Deante Hitchcock’s freestyle

A pair of Deante Hitchcock’s videos titled Callin’ All My Children were released earlier this year. In preparation for the release of his second album later this year, Hitchcock has offered a taste of new music. In addition to Westside Boogie’s single “Alone” and Deante’s February EP Everyday The 14th, Callin’ All My Children was also the result of a collaboration between Big K.R.I.T and Westside Boogie.

Another installment of Deante Hitchcock’s “New Atlanta Tuesday” series drops for viewers this week, a series of clips featuring his freestyles, for which his fans are eternally grateful. Selfless directed the upcoming film in which Hitchcock plays the role of a gentlemanly gentleman who stands outside his lady’s house with a boombox. This is in order to catch her eye. With the recently released clip, the Atlanta rapper spits some bars over SZA’s instrumental to “I Hate You.”

The deluxe edition of Hitchcock’s BETTER album was released last year. In the early stages of the Better project, guest artists included Miguel, JID, 6LACK, Young Nudy, and St. Beauty. Hitchcock returned with a two-disc deluxe version of the album (containing 20 tracks) alongside a bonus track that featured Ro James,Reason, Jaelspeaks, Kenny Mason, and Guapdad 4000. Just A Sample 2 and Good, two of Hitchcock’s well-received works from 2019 and 2016, preceding this work respectively.


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