The 1017 Eskimo/Alamo Rapper Shares “Minute Maid,” the Project’s Ronny J-Produced Lead Single.
UPDATE: Hoodrich Pablo wastes no time in sharing a video for the track. Directed JuddyRemixdem.
Smoothly navigating the treacherous waters of the rap game and the trap game, Hoodrich Pablo Juan specializes in making success look effortless. Returning for his second action-packed full-length of 2019, Hoodrich Pablo Juan announces DMV, his upcoming project. Though his Spring 2019 mixtape BLO The Movie featured guest spots from some of trap’s biggest names, DMV (short for “Dope Money Violence”) finds Pablo shouldering the load on his own, perfecting his gem-like flexes and offering a deeper glimpse into his money motivations. With production from the likes of Tay Keith, Southside, TM-88, Zaytoven, Maaly Raw, Ronny J, rising ATL sound architect Pyrex, frequent Pablo collaborator Danny Wolf, and more, DMV is a glistening example of state-of-the-art trap, equally suited to the club, the whip, and your headphones. Featuring appearances from Gucci Mane and Wiz Khalifa, DMV arrives on November 1st via 1017 Eskimo/Alamo.
To accompany the announcement of the mixtape, Pablo shares his new single “Minute Maid.” Produced by SoundCloud rap maestro Ronny J, “Minute Maid” is a no-nonsense anthem for the flexers, as Pablo steadily steamrolls over eerie synthesizers and brass fanfares, stacking outlandish boasts that can’t help sounding sensible when uttered in his smooth baritone: “Get up my muscle for spending like Popeye/Rollie Arabian–Inshallah!/Bankroll in colors, they lookin’ like tie-dye/F*ck yo baby momma, she callin’ me Da-da.”