The record follows on from his Grammy-nominated 2022 album 'Come Home The Kids Miss You'.
Hip-hop star Jack Harlow has just surprised fans with the announcement of a new album dropping this week.
The album, which will be titled Jackman - Harlow’s first name - is set to drop this Friday (April 28) via Generation Now and Atlantic.
The record marks Harlow's third full-length project and follows on from his Grammy-nominated 2022 album Come Home The Kids Miss You.
While there's no word on the track list at the time of writing, Harlow did reveal the album cover art on Instagram alongside the caption: "Jackman. My new album. Out this Friday 4/28."
It's exciting news for fans of the Louisville-born rapper, who has been making waves in the music industry ever since his breakout hit Whats Poppin took over the airwaves in 2020.
With his signature blend of witty wordplay and infectious beats, Harlow has quickly become one of the most exciting names in hip-hop.
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But it's not just the music world that Harlow is infiltrating - he's also set to make his acting debut in Hulu's White Men Can't Jump - a remake of the 1992 sports comedy- which is set to premiere May 19.
In an interview with Apple Music 1’s Zane Lowe, Harlow reflected on the effort he put into landing the role. “I put the time in with the script. … I tried to be egoless during the audition, take notes, do what I had to do,” he explained.
“I just want to kill it. I just want to be good, and I want to do everything I can to make it good.”