Jack Harlow is quickly approaching the release of his sophomore album, Come Home The Kids Miss You. Leading up to the album’s release, the Louisville native has shared not one, but two singles. “Nail Tech” earned a co-sign from Kanye West while the Fergie-infused “First Class” topped the Billboard charts. Unfortunately, a third, unauthorized track made its way out after “First Class” dropped.
In late April, fans feverishly rushed to social media when a leaked collaboration featuring Drake and Jack Harlow found its way online. Backed by a soulful loop, the two stars traded verses about achieving success and surviving the rap game. While Harlow led the record, many fans gravitated toward Drake’s longer, more in-depth verse.
“I’m out here makin’ a mockery/I got my realtor out here playin’ Monopoly/How can I address you when you don’t own property/They only finesse you when you don’t move properly,” the Toronto native raps.
Earlier today, Jack Harlow shared the complete track list for his upcoming album. To no one’s surprise, the Drake and Jack Harlow collaboration as among the songs listed. However, the finished version may not sound like the leaked track. During a recent appearance on Hot 97’s Ebro In The Morning, Harlow discussed the leaked collaboration.
“I was doing some research and I found that your vocals…that wasn’t the verse that we’re going to hear on the album. Did something change?” Ebro asked.
“Yeah, it wasn’t done.”
“How did that feel when the record leaked?” Ebro followed up.
“It hurt my feelings. I’m really tight about leaks. I don’t bounce my music, so I haven’t had leaks in a long time. I keep the music. I don’t ride to my music when I’m working on an album. It says. The only time we get to experience it is in the studio,” Harlow added.
Jack Harlow didn’t expand upon what about his verse or the song has changed. Fortunately, we won’t have to wait much longer to hear the final version. Come Home The Kids Miss You will arrive on May 6, 2022.