Jack Harlow continues to enjoy glamorous life.
As the Grammy-nominated rapper prepares for his new album, he’s previewing a brand new song with a familiar example. On Fergie’s 2007 song “Glamorous” Harlow shared some inspirational lyrics.
“You can do it too, believe it,” Fergie raps before hitting the hook from the chart-topping hit song from her 2006 debut album, The Dutchess.
Harlow shared a video of himself rapping along to the Fergie-sampled song in the studio. The untitled track could appear on his highly-anticipated album Come Home the Kids Miss You, due 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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Last month, Harlow released the album’s lead single, “Nail Tech,” and there will be a sequel. “It’s probably my least favorite song on the album,” he said. On Sunday, lil nas will join X to perform their chart-topping hit “Industry Baby” at the Grammys in Las Vegas.
Jack Harlow Announces New Album ‘COME HOME THE KIDS MISS YOU’
Jack Harlow is coming home.
The Louisville rapper appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone, where he announced the title of his upcoming album Come Home the Kids Miss You. The highly anticipated project will arrive on May 6, following 2020’s Thats What They All Say.
Last month, he dropped the single “Nail Tech” but it’s just a taste of what he’s hiding.
“It’s probably my least favorite song on the album,” Harlow told the magazine.
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