Jack Harlow has been criticized quite a bit over the last year or so. Overall, this is due to the fact that his last album was a bit underwhelming. Despite a song with Drake, people felt like Harlow was mailing it in. The album was in one ear and out the other for a lot of people. However, earlier this week, Harlow shocked people as he announced a new project called Jackman. The cover art featured him shirtless, which subsequently led to some roasts on social media. Although, the album is finally here, and it’s glorious.
If one thing is for certain on this album, it is that Jack Harlow has redeemed himself. For instance, he decided to strip things back and only opt for 10 songs. Moreover, there is only about 24 minutes worth of material here. Simply put, Harlow has cut the filler and is looking to make a statement. In fact, this is reminiscent of some of his earlier albums, like Loose. Below, you can see the tracklist and how it actually has zero features.
Jack Harlow Opens Up And Gets In His Storytelling Bag
Immediately following the release of the project, Jack Harlow was hit with a plethora of praise from his fans. Additionally, even his detractors couldn’t help but hit him with some praise. The album has some great moments, especially on the song “Gang Gang Gang” in which Harlow raps about how good people take wrong turns when they grow up. Overall, it is impressive to see Harlow’s storytelling skills on full display. “Jack Harlow very clearly had something to prove on his new album Jackman… I can faithfully say that he has indeed proved it,” one user wrote.
“Gang Gang Gang is actually so insane. a real-life realization that the best people in your life grew up in the worst ways possible. jack harlow becoming an artist in front of our eyes,” another said. Needless to say, it appears as though Jack Harlow has changed the narrative for the better. Hopefully, he can drop another new project, sometime soon. Let us know what you think of this album, in the comments below.