In the case of Deante' Hitchcock, the past few months have been fruitful to say the very least. October marked the release of his So Much For Good Luck EP, his first official release under Bystorm/RCA and in December the South Atlanta-bred emcee wrapped up a run alongside Rapsody on the North American leg of her "Wisdom Is Power" Tour.
He's come a long way from the car freestyles that first garnered him attention and respect from the likes of Wale and Charlamagne Tha God, and as the new year gets under way there's no telling where this Southern spitter is poised to go. In that same stride, he's delivered on his first drop of the year as he returns with "I See It." Linking up with Brandon Phillips Taylor, responsible for the backdrop to a great deal of Hitchcock's catalog, Deante' addresses the hearsay that comes with a rise in profile.
If you aren't already, don't fail to get acquainted.
Nigga everything's a go
Uncontested, I finesse a finger roll
Nigga used to being broke
Now I slam the money on the table, domino