Jack Harlow is unapologetically thirsty, yet he’s first and foremost a gentleman.
During an interview on the “Breakfast Club AM” radio show, the 24-year-old revealed that he called British pop sensation Dua Lipa to get her permission before releasing a track called “Dua Lipa” on his sophomore album “Come Home The Kids Miss You,” in which he attempts to shoot his shot with the singer.
“I wanted to gain her OK, so I FaceTimed her and played it for her. I didn’t want her to be surprised or uncomfortable. It would not have come out if she had stated something like, “Yo, I hate it, I don’t want it to come out.” ‘Oh, I mean, it’s not my song,’ she said. ‘I suppose it’s all right.’ She had simply been thrown off. However, she let it go.”
The rapper was asked by co-host Charlamagne Tha God, “Is that someone you’re interested in? Is that why you made the album?” “I admire her,” Harlow said in response.
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He confirmed that the music had influenced their discussions “Less awkward,” she said, adding that the relationship between the two artists was “excellent.” We’ll see how the album fares; I believe she’ll love it much more after the song is released.”
“Dua Lipa, I’m trying to do more with her than simply a feature,” Harlow declares in a preview of the song released ahead of its release on Tiktok.
“Girl, those Russian twists are working, now just put your butt into it/ All that talk, I’m cutting through it /I ain’t no connoisseur, but I like this kind of store,” he sings later in the song.
Jack first started speculations of his interest during a red carpet interview at this year’s Grammy Awards, when he said he was looking forward to seeing Dua there. “I checked the web, they out here chewin’ me up, f-ck it,” he rapped, referring to how the interview stoked the internet’s curiosity about his new tune.
Harlow sparked outrage earlier this week when he posted a video on TikTok showing himself lip-syncing to the then-unreleased single, leaving fans wondering if the “Physical” singer would be featured on the album.
On May 6, “Come Home The Kids Miss You” was released on all music streaming platforms.
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