Whether he is making big waves in the media or releasing music, Jack Harlow is sure to catch people’s attention. Recently, the Kentucky rapper has released his new album ‘Jackman.’ The album contains 10 tracks with a similar vibe to his previous album ‘Come Home the Kids Miss You.’ However, ‘Jackman’ is more laid back and focuses on his presence as an artist, demonstrating he knows his worth and what he brings to the table in the industry. One track in particular that encompasses these ideas is “They Don’t Love It.”
“They Don’t Love It” has caused a lot of chatter and debate with bold lyrics within the first verse saying “The hardest white boy since the one who rapped about vomit and sweaters / and hold the comments ‘cause I promise you I’m honestly better than whoever came to your head right then.” Audiences’ have assumed that the “First Class” rapper is insinuating that he is better than Eminem based on that particular line.
However, putting potential controversy aside, Harlow is simply trying to showcase his lack of care for those against him, and is choosing to think highly of himself. He follows up this concept in the second verse stating “F*ck bein’ likable, I’m tryna be unbreakable / I just realized that this whole game is takeable.” By putting his mind to it, Harlow feels unstoppable.
Be sure to listen to the track below and check out the rest of the album!