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04 May 2022

Jack Harlow Shares Tracklist for ‘Come Home The Kids Miss You’

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Jack Harlow has shared the tracklisting for his upcoming new album, Come Home The Kids Miss You, which is set for release on Friday (6 May).

Harlow took to social media to reveal the full tracklisting for his new album. Made up of 15 tracks, including one named after Dua Lipa, the rapper’s second studio album includes features from Drake, Lil Wayne, Pharrell Williams and Justin Timberlake.

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Harlow recently spoke to Hot 97’s Ebro In The Morning radio show about the leak of Churchill Downs featuring Drake. “It hurt my feelings,” he said. “I’m really tight about leaks. I don’t bounce my music so I haven’t had leaks in a long time.”

The 24-year-old rapper also mentioned that Drake was “sad” about the track leaking, though the Toronto artist wasn’t too bothered by it all.

“He kind of, you know, nudged me like, ‘Aye, don’t trip. This was meant to happen.’ I think [with] his experience, he let me know like, ‘You think this is going to affect your life? Like it’s fine.’”

Harlow is also set to star in a remake of the 1992 basketball comedy White Men Can’t Jump, in the role originally made famous by Woody Harrelson. “We got a classic to do justice to,” Harlow told Billboard of the film at the Grammy Awards on 3 April.

Harlow recently spoke to Rolling Stone about the sessions for Come Home The Kids Miss You, “People were excited to show up every day. They say, ‘We’ve never had sessions like this, because everyone is just taking beats out of packs right now.’ They don’t want to create right there with you. Everybody’s picking beats out of packs or spending the whole session vibing and nothing ever happens. We go to work. I just have never been more addicted to the process of what I’m doing. I used to dread the studio a little more, because there’s a pressure attached to it. Now I literally crave getting into the studio.”

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