Jack Harlow is gearing up to release the next single from his sophomore album, Come Home The Kids You. Over the weekend, the Louisville native shared a video with a caption that reads, “[I’m] locked in the studio finishing up this album for [you]. How bout this one next?” The 20-second clip features Jack Harlow rapping over smooth production that is influenced by “Glamorous” by Fergie.
“Uh, I got plaques in the mail, peak season/Shout out to my UPS workers, makin’ sure I receive ’em/You could do it too, believe it,” he raps.
“I been a G, throw up the L/Sex in the A-M, uh-huh/O-R-O-U-S, yeah/And I could put you in First class.”
The clip quickly received the support from your everyday fans and high-profile supporters like Taylor Rooks. “First Class” is expected to drop within the next few weeks and serve as the follow-up to his “Nail Tech” video. While we wait for the album to arrive on May 6, 2022, check out the 20-second teaser below.
Locked in the studio finishing up this album for u. How bout this one next ? pic.twitter.com/EnmdW1V06F
— Jack Harlow (@jackharlow) March 31, 2022