Blanco Brown Teases New Music

On August 31, 2020, Blanco Brown was involved in a near tragic motorcycle accident. He broke his wrists, legs, arms and pelvis, prompting a 12-hour surgery that thankfully saw him recover after a month.

Blanco Brown shared his journey to recovery, admitting that it was tough on him in the hospital as he couldn’t get visitors due to the ongoing COVID-19 lockdowns and precautions in place at the time, but even then, he credited music as what kept him grounded during the painful moments in the hospital. At that time he was listening to the music of artists he loved rather than creating music, but now that Blanco Brown is happily and gratefully back in the studio, he’s promising fans an honest project.

Blanco Brown Discusses the Inspiration and His Motivation to Create His Latest Album

“I lost a part of me that day, but I’m slowly throwing away the pain. These sounds are making me smile,” Blanco Brown, 36, wrote in a recent Instagram post.

“It’s just an emotional journey — learning new things and learning stuff about myself,” Brown continues. “There’s no better way of learning [about] yourself than sitting in silence.”

Writing on the upcoming album itself, the “The Git Up” singer shared that “It’s heartfelt. It all has a purpose and a point … [a] record that’s just going to make you feel something within your core,” he states. “Find the positivity in whatever you’re going through…you’ll see better outcomes. Going into it with the energy that you want is what you’re going to get out of it.”

Blanco Brown on the Platinum Success of His Parmalee Collaboration

Previously, the hitmaker discussed the success of his Parmalee collaboration on the single “Just the Way”, calling it “amazing. Any time you go Platinum or Gold, people just listen to the music. It’s just an amazing thing to see the numbers and how many people actually loved it.”


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To celebrate the single’s platinum-selling achievement, Blanco Brown shared a post on his Instagram account at the time, writing, “Do what you love but in the process give people something they can feel! I remember playing records for plenty people that said it wasn’t gonna work, those same suckas, hit me up to ask what they could do for me when my sound started taking off… Clears Throat “Same thang you did when u didn’t believe in me” just stand back and watch Gods favor on my life!”

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