Jack Harlow responded to a clip of two referees trying to find out who the rapper was.
Last night (May 1) Jack Harlow was watching an NBA basketball game between the Milwaukee Bucks and the Boston Celtics when two of the referees were caught on camera trying to find out who the rapper was and what he had done.
“Who’s Jack Harlow?” Scott Foster, to whom his partner Ed Malloy replied, asked, “I have no idea. Who?”
“I don’t know,” Foster replied. “Go ask him.” The film was split by the Sports Center and quickly went viral, with studio commentators suggesting that Harlow ‘s recently released song “Nail Tech” appeared on the center’s playlist.
In response to the clip, said harlow “Obviously these mfs have never seen Narnia,” referring to the comparisons he finds with James McAvoy’s faun character, Mr. Tumnus, in the film Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.
Jack Harlow will release his new album “Come Home The Kids Miss You” later this week (May 6).
The 2020 ‘That’s What They Say’ follow-up program is already being discussed with ‘Nail Tech’ and ‘First Class’.
Speaking to Rolling Stone about the album, Harlow said his new shit is much more serious. Right now, my message is to convey to the f ** king that I love hip-hop and that I am one of the best. my knee. You can’t do that bluntly, ‘Hey, I have the vessels,’ cleverly over and over again. This time I have to dig deeper. “
Last month, Harlow talked about the legacy of his rap hero, Eminem.
“I think that shit stays dead forever and we’re going to go back to it,” Harlow said of Marshall Mathers music. “We’re a few years away from the whole world reviving that shit as a culture and being like, ‘Look at the shit.'”
He added: “Everyone will pay back their due respect. No matter what age the production was, he put so much into his words that it made him immortal, even though that shit is old. as ‘circus music’ for people. [algunos]“.