Jack Harlow is back with new music.
After the success of his last single “Nail Tech”, the Kentucky rapper shares his second release of this year, a sultry track titled “First Class”. Harlow previewed a snippet of the song on Instagram last week, with a video of himself vibing to his single in the studio.
“First Class” samples Fergie’s chart-topping hit “Glamorous” from 2006, while Jack adds his own lyrics to the catchy chorus.
I been a (G) / Throw up the (L) / Sex in the (A.M.) / Uh huh/ (O-R-O.U.S) / And I can put you in (First Class up in the sky) / I can put you in (First class, up in the s—, up-up in the s—)
The song will appear on Harlow’s forthcoming album Come Home the Kids Miss You, which drops on May 6 via Generation Now/Atlantic Records. The 24-year-old has also landed himself his first acting gig, as he is set to star in 20th Century’s reboot of the 1992 comedy White Men Can’t Jump.
Listen to “First Class” here.