Jack Harlow Drops Funkmaster Flex

Jack Harlow continues in his class.

Two years after his last visit, the “First Class” rapper returned to Funkmaster Flex, where he left another freestyle. Pharrell and Gwen Stefani’s “Can I Have It Like That” reflected chart dominance (“I went to Number 1 with The Dutchess”) and future plans, including winning its first Grammy.

“When I get that Grammy, I don’t send an apology text / I’m not coming to be humble, Flex invited me to yawn,” he raps, referring to Kendrick Lamar after he won the Grammy for Best Rap Album by Macklemore.

Later, the star of the upcoming White Men Can’t Jump reboot addressed the criticism surrounding her race. “My success caused some people’s stomachs to turn / Just saying I’m white and lucky, I can’t win / It’s like I’m just a plant and all this shit was predetermined,” he raps.

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On Monday night, Harlow stopped by “The Tonight Show” for an interview and performance of his No. 1 hit “First Class.”

“It’s validating, I appreciate it. It’s fragile to me and I know I worked for it,” he told Jimmy Fallon of his success. “I really put in the work so I can always stand on that. No one can say this was gifted to me.”

Harlow’s album Come Home the Kids Miss You dropped Friday featuring Drake, Lil Wayne, Pharrell, and Justin Timberlake.

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Drake Gives ‘DRUNK’ Interview With Jack Harlow

Drake and Jack Harlow had a little too much fun in the Kentucky Derby.

The Louisville native, fresh from the release of her new album Come Home the Kids Miss You, served as the announcer of Riders Up and ordered jockeys to assemble their horses before the start of Saturday’s race at Churchill Downs Raceway.

Looking dapper in a shiny white suit, Jack was joined by his “Churchill Downs” collaborator Drake. With Bryson Tiller, DJ Drama, Boi-1da, and Druski looking on, the pair gave an impromptu performance of their new collaboration from a portable speaker.

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