It was last year when Dende released A Happy Man, a project that included contributions from Chris Patrick, Bairi, Stockz, Jon Swaii, and Lakeita Valon. Over the past few months, he has released loose tracks such as “Block Me,” “Round Trip To Atlanta,” and many others. On Friday (Dec. 7), this Texas-raised rapper dropped a brand new single titled “Georgia” which also recruited the help of Deante Hitchcock for the production. This song was written by Dende, and he takes care of the opening hook, and he sings about the key factors ensuring a smooth drive:
Recently, Dende shared with us about her not-so-typical life of pursuing a career as an artist, and the difficulties that are involved in pursuing a career in the arts. It is no secret that I am a full-time dreamer. As a musician, I have to be dreaming in order to be successful in making music or to accomplish anything hard in life. The life I lead is not a regular one. I don’t want to say that it is normal at all, but it does not mean that you just fly somewhere after two days notice and say, “Well, alright, I’m planning to do a bunch of things to maybe get me a little bit closer to achieving my dream.” Most of my friends have jobs, and I think that they are confused about what we are doing. I feel like a large portion of my days are spent daydreaming.”
A deluxe edition of Hitchcock’s BETTER album was released last year. Among the guests on the original recording were Miguel, Young Nudy, JID, 6LACK, and St. Beauty. Upon returning to the project, Hitchcock released a two-disc version (20 tracks in total) featuring additional contributions from Jaelspeaks, Reason, Ro James, Kenny Mason, and Guapdad 4000.