As featured artist of one of the biggest hits of the year, Lil Nas X“Children in the industry”, Jack Harlow riding on a wave of success. He’s received two Grammy Award nominations for the song, attended the Met Gala, and is currently flirting with familiar names at basketball games.
However, the native of Louisville, Kentucky knows that fame can be fleeting.
“I get scared when I fall and lose my place or lose the position that I have covered, or not reach the potential that people see,” Harlow admits. Diversity. “Every time I sit flirting at these games or going to the Met Gala or maybe the Grammys, what goes through my mind is, ‘I have to be here next year.’ I don’t want this to be the last.”
Meanwhile, the “Whats Poppins” rapper says that while he’s focused on his creativity, he’s noticed that as his popularity has grown, music has become less important.
“Once you really get famous, it’s only half about the music,” he said. “They just show up to see you in the flesh, put you in their Snap, throw some panties at you, whether they know a single word of the song or not.”
Harlow wanted it too, like Kendrick Lamar and Eminem, he has an alter ego to hide behind.
“Sometimes artists will assume characters for a verse or a movie – Kendrick does it, Em did it with Slim Shady, and sometimes in the studio my engineer will even recommend it. encouraged me to ‘get rid of Jack Harlow,’ he said. “It’s something I have to do intentionally, and maybe I can.”
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