Jack Harlow Declares Himself Second Best White Rapper on New Album After Eminem

Luis Suela

On his latest album, Jack Harlow brazenly calls himself the "second-best white rapper."

Jack Harlow, a rapper from Louisville, has shocked his fans by releasing a new album called Jackman. On the song "They Don't Love It," he brazenly declares that he is second only to the legendary white rapper Eminem.

A line from the single has Harlow rapping, "The hardest white boy since the one who rapped about vomit and sweaters," which was produced by Hollywood Cole. Even before fans or other white rappers could criticize him, he said, "And hold the comments 'cause I promise you I'm honestly better than whoever came to ya head right then."

The album is unexpectedly feature-free while having production from industry heavyweights like Boi-1da, DJ Dahi, and Hollywood Cole over its ten tracks. The concept has been well received by the audience, with many saying "The old Jack Harlow is back."

The May 19th release of the White Men Can't Jump remake on Hulu will mark the acting debut of the Louisville rapper, who has already conquered the music world.

Fans may disagree on who is the finest white rapper, but there's no denying that Harlow is feeling himself and ready to take the music and acting world by storm with his new album.

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