Jack Harlow Announces Debut Album 'That's What They All Say' After Massive Rookie Year

HipHop News Posted on December 2, 2020 at 9:53am

Jack Harlow Announces Debut Album 'That's What They All Say' After Massive Rookie Year

The album follows the success of his breakout single 'What's Poppin' and the remix that features DaBaby, Tory Lanez and Lil Wayne.

Jack Harlow‘s debut album is en route.

The Louisville native had a breakout year with the success of his single “What’s Poppin” and its accompanying remix featuring Lil Wayne, DaBaby and Tory Lanez. Both songs peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 and helped pave the way for the newly-announced That’s What They All Say, arriving on December 11. .centered-ad {

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Thats What They All Say


out on December 11th

preorder now: https://t.co/OvpIjjndHN pic.twitter.com/WgeYrIry6Y

— Jack Harlow (@jackharlow) December 2, 2020

Harlow revealed the cover art to the project on Wednesday (December 2), and almost immediately found himself trending both because of the excitement over the album and because of the controversy the cover seemed to cause. Just after his announcement, a room was created on social media app ClubHouse to discuss how his art work was “what’s wrong with Hip Hop.”

Some people took offense to the picture because it features a Black woman’s leg next to Harlow in a limousine as he signs autographs for a group of children. While some agreed with the creator of the room, others felt that it was a reach and there was nothing wrong with the image.


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