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17 November 2023

Jack Harlow Scores First UK No 1 Single With Lovin On Me

Jack Harlow New Album Jackman
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Jack Harlow has debuted at No 1 on the UK Official Singles Chart today with Lovin On Me, his first UK chart-topper. Lovin On Me ended the week as the most-streamed track in the UK with 5.1 million streams.

It follows five Top 10s for the Louisville rapper: Industry Baby with Lil Nas X (3), First Class (2) and 3D with Jung Kook (5).

Harlow was ran close by Dua Lipa’s new single Houdini, which debuts at No 2 in the charts. Houdini is the first taster of Lipa’s upcoming third album.

The news comes as Harlow prepares to embark on a brief tour of his Kentucky hometown later this month. Set to kick off on 24 November with a show in Owensboro, the upcoming live shows – titled the ‘No Place Like Home’ tour – will see the rapper perform in six cities across the state. It will draw to a close on 3 December with a final show in Lexington.

Back in April, Harlow released Jackman, a completely solo 10-track record that housed the single They Don’t Know It, which peaked at No 54 on the US Hot 100. Jackman debuted at No 8 on the Billboard 200, becoming Harlow’s third consecutive top 10 title on the chart.

Harlow tweeted his appreciation for the album’s warm reception, thanking both fans and peers for their support with a post on his socials. “2 weeks have passed,” he wrote. “I just wanna say the love & respect I’ve felt from not only my peers… but from YALL… the fans… the folks that have supported me from the beginning… it feels f***in amazing… I have never felt so connected to the people listening to my music… thank you.”

He followed that up in September by releasing 3D, a collaboration with BTS member Jung Kook. He also appeared in a White Men Can’tJump remake, which premiered on Hulu over hte summer.

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