Jack Harlow Honored With His Own Day in Hometown Louisville – Billboard

Jack Harlow is entering the new year with a new honor.

On Monday, the Grammy-nominated artist revealed that Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer has named December 28 Jack Harlow in the rapper’s hometown of Kentucky.

Harlow shared News by posting an honorary photo of him Instagram board. With an interesting reference to his 2020 Billboard Hot 100 top 10 hit “Whats Poppin”, the disc says: “To Answer, Once and For All, That What Poppin Is” is Louisville when it comes to the talent to make it bigger, but don’t forget “home” in the homeland. or homegrown. The rapper’s use of words and rhythm has earned him countless fans, chart-topping releases, and the ability to pay off in meaningful ways, and he’s done it. there. ”

The honor plaque concluded, “Our city is delighted and proud to celebrate December 28, 2021, as Jack Harlow Day in Louisville.”


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The touching honor came about two weeks later Harlow partners with fast food giant Kentucky Fried Chicken and its parent company is Yum! Brands to raise $250,000 in general to the American Red Cross. This donation is intended to assist those affected by a deadly tornado that is believed to have killed at least 74 victims in the western region of Kentucky on December 10 and 11.

At the time, Harlow also announced its new partnership with KFC. He said in a statement, “Growing up, I always dreamed of being the guy who would put Kentucky on the map in the music scene. But to be partnered with an iconic national staple like KFC, Kentucky’s biggest brand, is truly an honor. I’m looking forward to all the great things we’re about to do together. ”

The hitmaker nominated for the 2022 Grammy Award for best melodic rap performance for his song on Lil Nas XThe Hot 100’s #1 hit “Industry Baby.”

https://www.billboard.com/music/rb-hip-hop/louisville-honors-jack-harlow-1235015542/ Jack Harlow Honored With His Own Day in Hometown Louisville – Billboard

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