Jack Harlow's journey to hip-hop recognition commenced with the impact his bars had on his fans. He progressively gained more mainstream attention with each subsequent release. Renowned for his seamless flow, Harlow began making a name for himself with his 2015 EP, The Handsome Harlow, and his 2016 project, 18. However, it was in 2018, after relocating to Atlanta and signing with DJ Drama and Don Cannon's Generation Now label that his career truly took flight. His debut release under the label, the mixtape Loose, features standout tracks like "Sundown" and "Pickup Your Phone" with K Camp.
In 2019, Harlow carried on his upward trajectory with the release of his mixtape, Confetti, which showcased collaborations with fellow Louisville artists Bryson Tiller and EST Gee. Yet, it was in 2020 that his single "Whats Poppin" ascended to No. 8 on the Billboard Hot 100. The remix of the track featuring Lil Wayne, DaBaby and Tory Lanez reached an impressive No. 2 on the same chart. Harlow's career continued to soar in 2021, when his guest appearance on Lil Nas X's "Industry Baby" propelled Jack to his first-ever No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100.
The following year, Harlow's track "First Class," which samples Fergie's "Glamorous," also reached the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100. This song served as the lead single for his 2022 album, Come Home The Kids Miss You. The LP debuted at an impressive No. 3 on the Billboard 200 and features notable tracks "Churchill Downs," which includes a feature with Drake. Alongside his musical triumphs, Harlow has made strides in other areas. He's acting in the remake of White Man Can't Jump and has secured six Grammy nominations. With an already remarkable resume, Jack Harlow's career holds immense promise.