Hoodrich Pablo Juan has a lot to be thankful for. Starting from the bottom, the Newark, N.J.-born, Atlanta-bred trapstar rose from the trenches and ended up landing a record deal with Gucci Mane's 1017 Eskimo Records. In the midst of building anticipation for two soon-to-be unleashed projects, the Designer Drugz rapper came through the XXL office and expressed his appreciation for the often overlooked things in life in his Flex Zone freestyle.

“I woke up this morning, so I’m blessed/I can’t find no reason to be stressed/When I die I’m gonna get all my rest/Stay on my grind, I can’t settle for less/Try every time, I give it my best/If she my spine I give her my last/Ball every time for the time we ain't have/They took me for a joke, they would laugh/Count all my blessings and my money twice/Enjoying the weather, living my life,” raps the artist responsible for 2018’s Hoodwolf 2 and Rich Hood.

Hoodrich Pablo Juan expects to deliver at least two new projects by the end of 2019. The rapper with 12 full-length projects accredited to his name has teased his forthcoming mixtape, Blo, by way of social media and dropping new bangers. Slated to feature production from Nard & B, DJ Durel and Danny Wolf, Blo has so far been preceded by singles such as "Slang Dope," the Gucci Mane and Nav-assisted "Shoebox," "Can't Fall in Love" with Smooky Margielaa and "Screaming Slatt” featuring Young Thug.

“I tried to go with different kinds of music and hit you in different ways, but it’s still good vibes though,” says Hoodrich when asked about what has inspired his music as of late. “The inspiration is just everyday life. That’s where I get my music from.”

While you await the release of Hoodrich Pablo Juan’s upcoming projects, check out his Flex Zone freestyle above.

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