Jack Harlow names his favourite rappers
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Jack Harlow names his favourite rappers

New school Kentucky rapper Jack Harlow has risen to the top quite quickly and is among one of the few respected white rappers in the game currently. Since signing to DJ Drama’s Generation Now record label in 2018, the young artist has gone on to achieve amazing things and has quite the following.

Although he angered his UK fans earlier this year after he pulled out of both the Reading and Leeds festivals last minute, he has still remained quite a popular figure within the culture, and people are still excited about what he is working on.

Following his appearance on Kanye West’s Donda 2 album earlier this year, only a month ago, Harlow appeared on the American talk show Saturday Night Live to host and perform for the programme’s Halloween special. With regard to appearances on shows, Harlow has also recently appeared on Diddy’s Revolt TV.

Taking time out to appear on the Big Facts Show with Big Bank, DJ Scream and Baby Jade, the rapper spoke on a number of subjects, including Black Lives Matter, Kanye West as well as his childhood and his life in Kentucky before becoming DJ Drama’s prodigy.

During the interview, as well as being asked about his dream collaborations, Harlow spoke about his favourite rappers and was even asked to name his favourite rappers. Unveiling the names, he said, “Drake, Andre 3000, Wayne, Eminem and Jay.”

Since the interview, the rapper has been able to work with Drake, but hasn’t been able to work with Andre 300. The rapper desperately wants to work with the Outkast frontman and in an interview ahead of his US tour this year. Harlow explained  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.”

You can watch the video in which Harlow name-drops his favourite rappers below.