Jack Harlow - Jackman - Indie Exclusive Tan Vinyl LP Record - Bondi Records

Jack Harlow - Jackman - Indie Exclusive Tan Vinyl LP Record

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Jack Harlow’s third studio album ‘Jackman.’ will be available as physical release on the 18th August 2023. The surprise album was initially released on the 28th April and feature the tracks ‘They Don’t Love It’, ‘Common Ground’ and ‘Is That Ight?’.

Hailed as the “hitmaker of tomorrow” by Variety, multiple GRAMMY-nominated rapper/actor/entrepreneur born Jackman Harlow is one of music’s brightest stars. The Louisville, KY native boasts six GRAMMY Award nominations, two #1 singles, nearly 30 RIAA platinum certifications, and over 10 billion career streams to date. Harlow released his critically acclaimed, RIAA platinum certified debut album, THATS WHAT THEY ALL SAY in December 2020, which featured the chart-topping, 8x Platinum worldwide hit, “WHATS POPPIN,” which earned him his first GRAMMY nomination for “Best Rap Performance,” along with a wide array of other award nominations.

The Generation Now/Atlantic Records rap superstar reached even greater heights in May 2022, with his Gold-certified sophomore album, COME HOME THE KIDS MISS YOU, highlighted by the bombastic Platinum-certified lead single “Nail Tech” and the chart topping, multiple-GRAMMY-nominated, 2X platinum single “First Class,” which made a spectacular debut at atop the Billboard “Hot 100,” marking his first solo #1 single, while earning the biggest streaming week of 2022. The Generation Now/Atlantic Records star has graced the covers of Rolling Stone, GQ, Forbes, Variety, Complex, SPIN, Footwear News and XXL’s coveted Freshman Class Issue, and brought his captivating live show to TV with performances on Saturday Night Live, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, MTV Video Music Awards, BET Awards and Kids Choice Awards, to name a few.

This Spring, Harlow made his acting debut, starring in the remake of the cultural classic, “White Men Can’t Jump.”

Track list:

Common Ground
They Dont Love It
Ambitious
Is That Ight
Gang Gang Gang
Denver
No Enhancers
It Cant Be
Blame On Me
Questions