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‘The Git Up’ star on collision recovery, new music

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Blanco Brown won’t take another day for granted — because six months ago, he didn’t know if he had another day left. 

A head-on motorcycle collision in Atlanta late last summer shattered the singer’s wrists and pelvis, and broke both legs. Brown remembers being pulled from his Indian jacket and Bell helmet as he underwent a 12-hour surgery.

“I started thinking to myself: ‘It can’t be the way I’ma leave this world,’ ” Brown told The Tennessean, part of the USA TODAY Network. “You really don’t have control of whether you’re gonna make it or not. You can just fight for it.”  

The artist, who launched his genre-blending country career a year earlier with viral hit “The Git Up,” said he could smell blood in the moments after the wreck.

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