Hitmaka and Eric Bellinger team up for their latest single “Decide”

by | Feb 10, 2023 | Latest, Music News, New Music Alert | 0 comments

In February 2021, Eric Bellinger and Hitmaka collaborated together for their joint project 1-800-Hit-Eazy, which was a 14-track album of original material that featured features from Chrishan, Rahky, and a number of other artists. It has been a pleasure to experience the accompanying visuals for plenty of tracks from the album since it was released, including tracks such as “Hypebeast,” “Star Projectors,” “Serious,” and “Only You.”

The two recently announced that as the two-year anniversary of the release of their LP approaches, a sequel is finally on its way. With the single “BNB” released last month, fans have already sampled 1-800-Hit-Eazy: Line 2’s sound. The album lands on Feb. 10. It has been announced that a new song from this duo, “Decide,” is out. Co-produced by Keyz and Hitmaka, the song is about offering an ultimatum to your partner: “You have to decide.”

It must be noted that Eric Bellinger released his last full-length solo album in the year 2021, a well-received offering that included guest appearances from Teedra Moses, Kierra Sheard, Dom Kennedy, Brandy, The Game, and Sevyn Streeter. In the months that followed, he earned a Grammy nomination in the category of Best Progressive R&B Album for that project which later on earned him a Grammy. Additionally, he made his television debut in 2021 with an appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” and “The Kelly Clarkson Show.”

It was explained by the singer Eric Bellinger in a recent interview that it was quite a transition to move from being a songwriter to being a solo artist. This is after spending most of her career as a songwriter. “When it comes to those people who are used to you as a songwriter, the first thing they say is, ‘Man, I’m sure Chris Brown would make that sound crazy if he made it’. It would be amazing if Usher was to cut it, wouldn’t it? ” He asked. “In the same way that you had to work your way up to the top to become a songwriter, you have to stay resilient.”

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