Jack Harlow unveils Brand at BET Awards for ‘First Class’ Rap Music
Jack Harlow delivered a star-studded performance at the 2022 BET Awards, which featured Brandy on his single “First Class”.
The Louisville rapper took the stage at a ceremony on June 26, kicking off his performance with the ‘Poison’ cut from ‘Drama Home The Kids Miss You’ with DJ Drama on deck. Lil Wayne also appeared to give her verse before introducing Harlow ‘s second and final song,’ First Class’.
After playing most of the solo song, with the help of some energetic dancers, Harlow surprised the crowd as he brought out Brandy to play the playful freestyle he performed and performed over “First Class” of the month. show last.
Harlow and Brandy shared a hug at the end of the show, which can be seen below.
Brandy’s freestyle emerged when Harlow was unable to identify her 1998 song ‘Angel In Disguise’ in a radio interview on Hot 97 in May, where she also revealed that she did not know the brothers Brandy and Ray J .
Brandy then tweeted that she would “kill the rap guy at 43 to his own beat then sing him to sleep” in response to a viral video of Harlow’s Hot 97 appearance. mentioned that my resume is awesome / The game needs a fresh breath and I’m great, “he rap in freestyle, posted on SoundCloud Hot 97.
Brandy thanked Harlow for bringing her out on stage after the show, saying it was a “dream come true”. On Instagram, she shared a photo of herself, Harlow and Lil Wayne, captioning, “Jack, thank you for such a great opportunity. Love forever.”
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Elsewhere, Lizzo made her latest single “About Damn Time” and Kanye West made a surprise appearance to present Diddy with the lifetime achievement award. Janelle Monáe also addressed the recent Roe v Wade relegation at the award for Best Female R & B / Pop Artist, saying “Fuck you, Supreme Court.”
Harlow released “First Class” in April as the second single from his second studio album “Come Home The Kids Miss You,” after “Nail Tech” in February. The 2020 follow-up to “That’s What They Have to Say” will be released in May.
In a three-star review, Kyann-Sian Williams of NME said that while Harlow’s penchant album for “straight bars, an achievement that proves to be very good at”, “the record lacks many dominant tracks, in which instead you get a gem or two here and there, but the longevity of this collection is “one.”