Jack Harlow presented the album ‘Come Home The Kids Miss You’. Guests include Drake, Justin Timberlake, and Pharrell Williams.
Jack Harlow shared the album “Come Home The Kids Miss You.” The tracklist included the hit single “First Class,” as well as collaborations with Drake, Justin Timberlake, Pharrell Williams, and Lil Wayne.
This is the second studio work in the rapper’s career. In 2020, he announced himself with the hit “What’s Poppin” and released his debut album “That’s What They All Say,” which entered the top 5 of the Billboard 200. In 2021, he took part in the recording of the Lil Nas X track “Industry Baby,” which topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
Harlow’s new album topped the Apple Music charts in 17 countries, including the UK and Canada. In the American Apple, the record is located in the third position.
“Come Home The Kids Miss You” received mixed reviews from critics and listeners. ClashMusic praised the artist for having more depth than his debut album but didn’t really appreciate the level of songwriting. Likewise, there are a lot of polar user reviews on the AlbumOfTheYear portal: some call the record a “cool pop-trap album,” and others call it “damn boring.”
Harlow developed his core strengths and found a superficial musical elixir for his new album, more powerful, direct and fluttering than his first major label outing.
With less laughter and less basketball jokes to be offered in 2020, “Come Home the Kids Miss You” looks a bit more romantic, but cutting, and its ears are a bit more subtle, yet bold.
Part of the reason for the latter stems from the fact that this time Harlow’s Angel (Babe Truth) is involved in the joint production of his album with Lopez and Rogét Chahayed.