Jack Harlow has been putting in work for his sophomore album, Come Home The Kids Miss You, and he’s making sure it will be the biggest moment of his career so far. The Louisville native got the ball rolling when he announced the album and release date during an interview with Rolling Stone in March, and now he’s back with the official cover art.
On Wednesday (April 6), Jack Harlow took to his Instagram with the official cover art that’s been well-received by the rapper’s friends and fans on social media. The cover shows Jack sitting on a black stool next to a microphone in front of a white backdrop. The rapper’s name nor the album cover is found anywhere on the cover, adding more to the minimalistic approach of the design.
“Come Home The Kids Miss You Official artwork,” Harlow wrote in the caption. “Album available on May 6th. New single’ First Class’ this Friday.”
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The reactions in the comment section under Jack’s post were nothing short of positive, as people were showing their appreciation and more such as Lil Baby, who simply wrote, “Let’s go,” with a fire emoji attached.
There’s a lot of anticipation going for Jack Harlow’s sophomore effort, especially after he told Rolling Stone he’s aiming to solidify himself as the face of his generation in the same way Eminem did in the past with this album.
“That’s what made Em so hard — he was in the dog pile,” Harlow 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.”