Jack Harlow drops new song titled “First Class.” Listen and Download it here.
The rapper is heard boasting about his many career achievements and his ability to treat his lady to the finer things in life.
“First Class” is set to appear on the 24-year-old’s sophomore album, Come Home the Kids Miss You, out May 6 via Generation Now/Atlantic Records.
Harlow initially teased the release of “First Class” via Instagram on March 31 by sharing a post of him in the studio bopping to the track alongside friends and collaborators. The clip revealed scaled down vocals by former Black Eyed Peas member-turned-solo star Fergie, taken from her Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 track, “Glamorous.”
“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,” the Kentucky native raps in the TK verse of the track.
“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,” Harlow raps in the chorus of the song’s final cut, with Fergie’s sultry spelling cutting in between his relaxed vocal delivery.
Jack Harlow – First Class (download) below.