Jack Harlow is gearing up to release his sophomore album, Come Home the Kids Miss You, and fans are excited to hear what new sounds he’s cooking up. On Thursday (March 31), Harlow took to Instagram to give his followers a taste of what’s to come — and it might have caught some by surprise.

The video shows the Louisville, Kentucky rapper posted up in the studio while he and his team vibe to a track playing in the background. The song features bouncy, piano-laced production built around a sample of Fergie’s 2006 hit “Glamorous.”

“Locked in the studio finishing up this album for you,” Harlow wrote in the caption. “How bout this one next ?”


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The floodgates opened once the “Whats Poppin” rapper asked his followers what they thought of the new song. According to some of his rap peers, Harlow may have another hit on his hands.

“Harddddd fergie sample lol,” Lil Yachty wrote, while Wiz Khalifa said, “Invite me.”

Multi-platinum producers Boi-1da and JetsonMade left fire emojis to signal their approval of the new song, while The Game also saluted the 24-year-old for taking a creative risk by sampling Fergie. “Go Brazy !!! & while you’re there [eyes emoji],” he commented.

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Between his the Kanye West-approved “Nail Tech” and this upcoming single, Jack Harlow appears to be elevating his sound and subject matter on Come Home the Kids Miss You. During an interview with Rolling Stone last month, Harlow revealed he wants this album to kickstart his journey of becoming the face of his generation akin to Eminem in the late ’90s and early ’00s.

“That’s what made Em so hard — he was in the dog pile,” he said. “I want to be the face of my shit, like the face of my generation, for these next 10 years. We need more people in my generation that are trying to be the best, and you can’t do that with just ear candy, vibe records.”

He added, “You got to come out swinging sometimes. My new shit is much more serious. Right now, my message is letting muthafuckas know I love Hip Hop and I’m one of the best in my generation. You can’t do that with nonchalant, like, ‘Eeey, I got the bitches,’ in clever ways over and over again. I got to dig deeper this time.”