The “What’s Poppin'” rapper shared a photo of himself and his crew with their new jewelry over the weekend, just ahead of his performance at the 2020 MTV Video Music Awards. TMZ did a little digging and found out the eight custom rings made by celebrity jeweler Alex Moss cost a combined total of $110,000.
Each ring features 55 grams of VVS diamonds and 14k gold and they’re engraved with each person’s name, Louisville’s 502 area code and the logo of Harlow’s collective, Private Garden.
It’s definitely a time to celebrate as the Louisville native’s career continues to take off. Making his VMA debut with a pre-show performance of “What’s Poppin’,” Harlow was also nominated for two moon men – the aforementioned “What’s Poppin'” for ‘Song of the Summer’ and Harlow himself for Best New Artist. (He ultimately lost to Blackpink’s “How You Like That” and Doja Cat, respectively.)
On Friday (August 28), Harlow made his debut in the Madden video game franchise as well. The “Tap In (Remix)” rapper appears alongside Anderson .Paak, Rick Ross, Denzel Curry, Big K.R.I.T., EarthGang and more on the Madden 21 soundtrack.
Check out a video of his VMA performance below.
— Video Music Awards (@vmas) August 30, 2020