Taking it back to the roots, Jack Harlow drops his latest album. Just two days before its release, the rapper, whose full first name is Jackman, surprised fans by announcing his new project. Harlow unveiled the album cover, which featured a shirtless him standing with his arms crossed in an alleyway next to garbage cans, and revealed the release date. Though he kept the details of the track list and features under wraps, the secrecy only added to the anticipation.
His previous project, whilst filled with a number of hits, was not necessarily well received within the community. Jackman. seems to be a response to those who doubted him based on Come Home The Kids Miss You. The album seems to be a return to form for the American rapper.
The 10-song album, titled Jackman, runs for just 24 minutes and is a solo effort without any featured artists. This follows Harlow’s sophomore album from 2022, Come Home the Kids Miss You, which peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 albums chart and included hits such as “Nail Tech,” “Dua Lipa,” and “First Class.” Harlow’s debut album from 2020, That’s What They All Say, catapulted him into the spotlight with the smash hit “What’s Poppin.”
In addition to his new album, Harlow is also set to star in the upcoming remake of White Men Can’t Jump, which will be available on Hulu from May 19. With all these exciting projects in the works, it’s clear that Jack Harlow is a rising star who shows no signs of slowing down.