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JACK HARLOW ANNOUNCES NEW ALBUM ‘COME HOME THE KIDS MISS YOU’ OUT EVERYWHERE MAY 6

3X-GRAMMY NOMINEE SET TO PERFORM AT THE

64TH ANNUAL GRAMMY AWARDS ON APRIL 3

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While gracing the cover of the April issue of Rolling Stone, rap superstar Jack Harlow has announced that his highly-anticipated sophomore album, COME HOME THE KIDS MISS YOU, will be released everywhere May 6 via Generation Now/Atlantic Records. The album will feature the triumphant new hit single “Nail Tech,” which was released last month.

In the cover story, Harlow discusses the creative process of making COME HOME THE KIDS MISS YOU, being in his “well-oiled machine” era, giving back to his hometown of Louisville, KY, life as a Gen-Z sex symbol and goals of becoming the greatest rapper of his generation.

Looking ahead, the 3x-GRAMMY nominee is set to take the stage, alongside Lil Nas X, at the 64th annual GRAMMY Awards, where the Louisville-bred rapper is also nominated for two awards for his work on Lil Nas X’s MONTERO (“Best Melodic Rap Performance” and “Album of the Year”). The 64th Annual GRAMMY Awards airs on April 3 on CBS (check local listings).

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Adding to all of this, it was recently announced that Harlow is set to make his acting debut in the lead role in 20th Century’s upcoming reboot of the classic film, White Men Can’t Jump. Calmatic is directing a script by Kenya Barris and Doug Hall. Barris and his Khalabo Ink Society banner are producing. Blake Griffin, Ryan Kalil and Noah Weinstein are executive producing through their Mortal Media banner. Hall and E. Brian Dobbins will also exec produce.