Jack Harlow and Chris Brown live life in “Already Best Friends” visual
The collaboration is taken from ‘That’s What They All Say.’
Last December, Jack Harlow released his official debut LP That’s What They All Say, which sees 15 tracks and additional appearances from EST Gee, Lil Baby, Big Sean, Adam Levine, Bryson Tiller, Lil Wayne, DaBaby, and more. The project was a success for the Louisville star, landing in the top five of the Billboard thanks to 51,000 album equivalent units sold during its first week of release.
Looking to keep the album’s momentum going, Harlow drops off a new visual for “Already Best Friends,” a Joe Hodges, Ye Ali, and jetsonmade-produced effort that features Chris Brown and sees the artists detailing some interesting sexual exploits:
“She’s a Georgia State freshman, told her I’ma pull-up at your place at 10, girl, you look good I would risk everything, make mе forget what safe sex is, I’ma finish right now, I don’t takе breaths in/
I recommend you don’t listen to your friends, shit ain’t been the same since they stepped in, twenty-five deep in the same section, I’m off vodka, you off Hen’, tell me this ain’t something that you do often, I can’t say the same, so use caution…/”
The accompanying clip shows the artists, their crews, and a bevy of beauties on what looks like an island resort getaway. What’s especially notable is the fact that Brown can be seen wearing a pair of New Balances — the very brand that Harlow has made sure to promote in all of his content.
In related news, it’s been reported that Jack Harlow has decided to donate $500,000 to HBCUs in his home state of Kentucky — specifically, Kentucky State University in Frankfort and Simmons College of Kentucky in Louisville. The money comes from Harlow’s recent victory alongside Quavo during Bleacher Report’s Open Run event during NBA’s All-Star weekend, beating 2 Chainz and Lil Baby in convincing fashion.
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