Jack Harlow Previews Original Tune Sampling Fergie’s ‘Glamorous’
Jack Harlow is getting a model of the glamorous life.
As he gears up for his new album, the Grammy-nominated rapper is previewing a new song that aspects a well-recognized sample. Over Fergie’s 2007 hit “Glamorous,” Harlow shares some inspirational phrases.
“That that you may perhaps probably indulge in it too, imagine it,” he raps sooner than Fergie sings the hook from her chart-topping hit off her 2006 debut album The Dutchess.
Harlow shared a video of himself rapping along to the Fergie-sampled song in the studio. The untitled be aware may perhaps seem on his extremely-anticipated album Advance Dwelling the Youngsters Hobble away out You, due Would possibly perhaps probably perhaps 6.
“My new shit is plot more serious,” he rapid Rolling Stone of the be aware-up to his 2020 debut Thats What They All Vow. “Trusty now, my message is letting muh’fuers know I surely like hip-hop, and I’m one amongst the correct in my generation. That that you may perhaps probably’t indulge in that with nonchalant, like, ‘Eeey, I bought the bitches,’ in suave methods time and again again. I bought to dig deeper this time.”
Final month, Harlow dropped the album’s lead single “Nail Tech,” and there’s more to approach. “It’s probably my least well-liked song on the album,” he said.
On Sunday, he’s going to join Lil Nas X to create their chart-topping hit “Industry Puny one” at the Grammys in Las Vegas.