Jack Harlow can’t be stopped. The Louisville rapper, who dropped his sophomore project Come Home The Kids Miss You on May 6, once again landed at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, beating out Kendrick Lamar.

Harlow’s single “First Class” debuted at No. 1 on Monday (May 23) for the third consecutive week, raking in 25.2 million streams. Meanwhile, K. Dot debuted at No. 3 for his single “N95” off Mr. Morales & The Big Steppers. All 18 tracks from Kendrick’s latest project separately charted on the Hot 100, and the album itself debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, moving over 295,000 total album-equivalent units.

“First Class” snagged the No. 1 spot for the first time on April 19. Built on Fergie and Ludacris’s 2006 hit “Glamorous,” the track made big waves on TikTok and earned over 420,000 sales in its opening week, along with 54.6 million streams. The achievement marked the biggest streaming debut for a song since DrakeFuture and Young Thug’s “Way 2 Sexy” in September 2021.

According to Chart Data, the track has far surpassed over 500,000 units in the U.S. since its release, which means it’s technically eligible for gold certification from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).

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As for Come Home The Kids Miss You, the project debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 in its first week, moving around 113,000 total album-equivalent units. The project – which was stacked with features from Drake, Pharrell Williams, Justin Timberlake and Lil Wayne – was projected to debut at No. 2 behind Bad Bunny’s Un Verano Sin Ti but was pushed from the spot after Future’s album I NEVER LIKED YOU made its return to No. 2.

Regardless, Harlow is keeping things moving and gearing up to hit the road this fall with City Girls.He’ll embark on a 22-date trek in support of his latest album starting on September 6 in Nashville, Tennessee. The tour will conclude in Atlanta with a show at the State Farm Arena on October 16.

Check out the video for “First Class” below.