Back in December, Jack Harlow finally unleashed his debut album That’s What They All Say. The project boasted well-received cuts like the Big Sean-assisted “Way Out” and the reworked “Luv Is Dro” featuring Static Major and Bryson Tiller. Today, he drops off another visual from the project for “Route 66,” which finds him and EST Gee posted up in front of the Churchill Downs in Kentucky while Jack gets his hook off about his roots:
“Bitch I’m from Kentucky but this ain’t no fuckin’ Dixie Chicks/ This is not Route 66, she step out, take like fifty flicks/ I’m way too selective with the folks that I get mixy with/ She said, “That’s a lie, boy,” you a thot, thot, thot/ Just left out the city, it was hot, hot, hot/ Think they fuckin’ with me but they not, not, not/ I just cannot stop
Jack Harlow also dropped off his 2020 project Sweet Action around this time last year in March, which boasts his successful single “WHAT’S POPPIN.” The track eventually grabbed a star-studded remix with Lil Wayne, DaBaby, and Tory Lanez. In the vein of remixes, Jack Harlow jumped on Saweetie’s summer smash “Tap In” alongside Post Malone and Dababy. His other single prior to the project was “Tyler Herro” followed Harlow’s August drop “Automatic.” The latter track acted as his contribution to the Madden ‘21 soundtrack, as well as “Only Way (Freestyle)” and Scooby Doo-themed “Yikes.”
Most recently, Jack Harlow added another accomplishment to his list. The rapper is slated to appear on an episode of Saturday Night Live at the end of this month (Mar. 27) alongside Maya Rudolph. The appearance is a childhood dream come true. “I watched SNL with my family as a youngin,” he writes. “I vividly remember seeing Kanye perform Love Lockdown and Heartless in 2008. Thank you for making this happen. Another dream come true.”
Be sure to watch Jack Harlow’s new music video for “Route 66” down below.