Hoodrich Pablo Juan turns flexing into an artform, using his nonchalant flow to truly hammer home how much better his life is than yours. Returning to the fold with his latest trapstravaganza, Pablo shares BLO The Movie. With BLO, the 1017 Eskimo emcee welcomes you into his world, filled with the finest designer threads, kilos of weight for selling, pounds of weed for smoking, drop-top cars, jewel-studded watches, and more money than you can count.
The new project gives a home to several previously-released gems, including the Complex-premiered “Screaming Slatt,” featuring Young Thug, he Highsnobiety-premiered “Shoebox,” featuring Gucci Mane and NAV, and the sinister “Fireworks” (3 million YouTube views). With additional appearances from Young Dolph, Gunna, Smooky Margielaa, Key Glock, and NLE Choppa, BLO The Movie arrives via 1017 Eskimo/Alamo.
To accompany the release of the project, Pablo shares “Can’t Fall In Luv,” a new video for his collaboration with Smooky Margielaa. Adapting his authoritative whisper into a nursery rhyme patter atop tinkering xylophones, Pablo trades bars with 16-year-old rhymer Smooky Margielaa on the track, evolving his approach and flashing chemistry with the melodic prodigy.
In the video, Pablo and Smooky relax with models in an NYC apartment, as they flex their ice and dance in courtyards. With over 1 million combined streams on its audio, “Can’t Fall In Luv” follows the release of “Slang Dope,” a raucous visual for a mantra-like highlight from BLO, which dropped earlier this week.