Rapper B.o.B is back with an upbeat song called “Find a Way.” Over pounding drums, twangy guitars and synths, the Atlanta spits optimistic bars of creating his own path to success.

"Yeah, although many of us come and go / I always knew that I would find a way / I put my city on my back / Lookin' for another path / Yeah, although many of us come and go / I always knew that I would find a way," he raps on the chorus.

Bobby Ray then describes the obstacles that get in your way as you climb to the top. "I can't promise I'ma make it better / But I can show you how to be successful," he spits. "The poor get poorer, the rich get richer / Lives are lost, too much to measure / We all tryna make it up from the bottom / But nowadays, the bottom's lower than ever."

Meanwhile, B.o.B has been pursuing his dreams of acting and snagged a role in the streaming television series called Siege of Detroit. The show, which is inspired by the real-life Flint Water Crisis in Flint, Mich., is about a team of human rights activists – both young and old – who are fighting back against corrupted government forces after the city starts turning off water to people who can’t pay their bills.

The series is expected to premiere in October. If you want to support the Hudlin’s new television series, head over to indiegogo.com.