Jack Harlow Drops Fergie Single ”First Class”

Jack Harlow is living a glamorous life these days.

After mocking the song on social media, the rapper released his infectious single “First Class“, which has already become a viral trend on TikTok.

Working on an example of Fergie’s 2007 hit “Glamorous,” the star of the working White Men Can’t Jump stretches her longing stream as she reflects on her arrival.

“Now they call you a superstar, damn it, I think I am,” he raps. “You can be a man, well, as long as I’m not / Okay, I’ll admit it, I’m in.”

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“First Class” follows “Nail Tech” as the second release from Harlow’s sophomore album Come Home the Kids Miss You, which arrives May 6.

“My new shit is much more serious,” he told Rolling Stone of the follow-up to his 2020 debut Thats What They All Say. “Right now, my message is letting muh’fu**ers know I love hip-hop, and I’m one of the best in my generation. You can’t do that with nonchalant, like, ‘Eeey, I got the bitches,’ in clever ways over and over again. I got to dig deeper this time.”

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Lil Nas X And Jack Harlow Perform ‘INDUSTRY BABY’ At Grammys

Lil Nas X entered Sunday’s Grammys with four nominations.

The 22-year-old rapper also took to the stage at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas to sing an exciting mix of hits from his debut album Montero. Wearing a glittering black cape, he opened his set with “Dead Right Now” before switching to a midriff-baring outfit for his #1 hit “Montero (Call Me By Your Name).”

While his critics’ tweets and sound bits appeared on the screen, Nas and his male dancers directed the scene while performing choreographed gestures in front of a broken statue of Nas’s head.

After another change of clothes – this time with Jack Harlow, who was wearing a Michael Jackson-inspired jacket – he broke the stage with his performance of “Industry Baby.”

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