Country singer Blanco Brown is currently in recovery mode following a head-on crash which sent him into the ICU.
Before this month, the 35-year old singer was abandoned having”significant injuries” following an injury in Atlanta.
Brown was transported to a hospital prior to experiencing a 12-hour operation.
BLANCO BROWN IN THE ICU FOLLOWING HEAD-ON COLLISION LEFT HIM WITH’SIGNIFICANT INJURIES’
Based on a press release obtained by Fox News out of his agents in the BBR Music Group on Mondaythe singer is from the ICU”after an extra 12-hour and operation” and is”continuing his comeback at the hospital”
“His group of physicians don’t expect Brown requiring some extra surgeries and expect him to make a complete recovery,” said the announcement.
Also, Brown’s family expressed gratitude for the support and love from fans of this musician.
“They’d love to thank everybody for their support and request continued prayers for Blanco through this moment,” the release read.
BLANCO BROWN ON’THE GIT UP’ BECOMING A VIRAL HIT:’I FEEL LIKE IT’LL BE AROUND FOREVER’
The Grammy nominee is an accomplished author, vocalist and producer famous for hits such as”The Git Up,” that BRB notes held the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart for 12 months and was the most top-selling digital nation tune in the U.S. for 13 months. The music video, which originated across CMT, MTV, BET and Nick, made over 20 million YouTube viewpoints per month. He had been named Billboard’s No. 1 Top New Country Artist for 2019 and among the socket’s”7 Nation Acts to see at 2019.”
The Atlanta native got his start working from the hip-hop planet with artists like Fergie, Childish Gambino, Kane Brown, and Chris Brown. He discovered viral success using”The Git Up” at 2019 following the movie spread like wildfire on social networking, thanks in big part to the first dance steps he made to go together with the tune.
“It has been a fascinating ride. I take it one breath at a time, 1 stride at a time. In addition, you know, just try and continue to spread positive energy and purpose,” Brown told Fox News in November.
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“I do not understand what the future holds for me, however I will mention that I will continue to attest my goal and keep this trip going; creating great music with significance. I mean, because’The Git Up’ took off in May and June, it has been nonstop; I do not plan on slowing down,” he added. “I only need to continue riding. It is exactly what I do for a living, it is my calling and I only need to continue to disperse the objective. That is my dwelling message”
Fox News’ Ashley Dvorkin and Tyler McCarthy contributed to the report