Rapper Jack Harlow is not exactly in the fans’ good graces at the moment after he pulled out of performing at both the Reading and Leeds festivals last-minute. However, in a recent conversation with NBC’s Today Show, Harlow revealed who his dream collaboration is with, and it is pretty interesting.
Having recently pulled out of playing Reading festival, Harlow’s UK fans are not exactly loving the artist at the moment. Especially since the festival’s organisers revealed that he actually chose to play another gig over Reading. In a statement, the organisers stated, “We are saddened to hear that Jack Harlow and Måneskin have decided to perform at an award show the same weekend they were confirmed to play Reading and Leeds,” which outraged fans.
However, with the outrage now subsiding, fans are eager to hear what’s coming next from the rapper. In an interview with Today’s Citi Concert Series, he revealed a lot, including who his dream collaboration is with. Speaking about his early musical influences and inspirational figures, the 24-year-old Kentucky rapper revealed that his dream collaboration would be with Outkast frontman André 3000.
When asked about dreams and hopeful features, he explained, “Andre 3000, that’s a big one I’ve been manifesting for a while.” Speaking about how his previous collaborations, he detailed how he believed he manifested them, describing, “I was like man, I just want Pharrell, Drake and then they would happen. I’m just gonna keep saying Andre 3000 with faith that it will happen.”
This interview comes as the rapper gets ready to kick off his ‘Come Home The Kids Miss You’ tour, which will see the rapper travel all around the US, with there even being a date in Toronto. Harlow’s support act will be Miami hip-hop duo City Girls.
However, for UK fans, it looks like it may be a while before the Kentucky rapper decides to perform in Europe again. You can watch a clip of Harlow’s NBC interview below.