Blanco Brown Out of ICU, Expected to Make 'Full Recovery' After Car Crash

Blanco Brown is on the path towards recovery as he's been relocated out of the ICU.

Two weeks since "The Git Up" star was involved in a head-on collision near his residence in Atlanta, Georgia and left with "significant injuries," the producer, 35, is expected to make a full recovery from the car crash, which prompted him to undergo a 12-hour surgery.

In a new update from BBR Music Group, which was shared on Monday (September 14), his label revealed that he's slowly, but surely healing. "Brown has since relocated out of the ICU, following an additional 12-hour plus surgery and is continuing his recovery in the hospital," a statement read, adding that his doctors "do not anticipate" he will need any additional surgeries to make a full recovery. "Blanco, his family and his friends wish to express that they have been humbled and deeply touched by the outpouring of love from all over the world. They would like to thank everyone for their support and ask for continued prayers for Blanco during this time."

Back in November, Brown shared some timely thoughts about his whirlwind rise to fame. "It's been an interesting ride. I take it one breath at a time, one stride at a time. And, you know, just try to continue to spread positive energy and purpose," he explained in an interview. "I don't know what the future holds for me, but I will say that I'll continue to manifest my purpose and just keep this journey going; making great music with meaning. I mean, since ‘The Git Up’ took off in May and June, it's been nonstop; I don't plan on slowing down," he added. "I just want to keep on riding. It's what I do for a living, it's my calling and I just want to continue to spread the purpose. That's my living message."

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