Jack Harlow says ‘Harry Potter’ made him a better lyricist

Jack Harlow has come a long way since he first started making music. In fact, he recently shared a photo of The 2018 tour had less than 20 people in the crowd. That’s why it’s especially meaningful for him to be named Hitmaker Of Tomorrow by Diversity, who presented the rapper at their Starry Hitmaker Lunch this past weekend. While on stage, Harlow told the crowd that he had a love for the written word from his childhood days while reading. Harry Potter book.

Harlow took to the stage to accept the award and during his speech, the rapper shared a story about his youth. I remember when I was in second grade and I won the reading contest by reading it all Harry Potter books he can find:

“So we’re about to end the school year and have a big gathering. The whole school was there, in my memory at least it was like a stadium full of people. The culmination of this meeting was the staff member announcing the top three students who had read the most, or at least, scored the most points for the reading section. In third place, they announce a certain fifth grader, he comes up and they give him their trophy. Second place, another fifth grader – he went up, they gave him a trophy. And in the first place, a second grader, they called my name. And I beat the whole school. I won a landslide, I probably quadrupled whatever second place got. […] It’s a contest and it brings out the competition in me, which is an important part of my favorite genre. All that reading is what makes me the writer I am now, and I’m pretty sure that’s what will make me the hit-maker of tomorrow. “

Watch Harlow give his speech while accepting DiversityHitmaker Of Tomorrow award above.

Jack Harlow is an artist at Warner Music. Uproxx is an independent subsidiary of Warner Music Group.

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