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Jack Harlow Is Determined For The Future Of His Career After ‘What’s Poppin’

Jack Harlow Is Determined For The Future Of His Career After ‘What’s Poppin’

Kentucky-based rapper Jack Harlow wants to keep his name high by taking the right steps in his career after his song ‘What’s Poppin’, which he published in 2020 and later became an internet viral.

2020 has been a cursed year for everyone. However, some songs released this year are among the beauties of this year. One of them is Jack Harlow’s ‘What’s Poppin.’

‘What’s Poppin’ got 118 million views on Youtube and continues to count. Harlow also released another version of the song, working with DaBaby, Tory Lanez, and Lil Wayne.

Although Harlow is proud of his success, he wants to see his name alongside important rappers, the rapper said in an interview with HipHopDX. The rapper wants to surpass the success in 2021 he achieved last year.

Here’s what Jack Harlow stated:

“I like to keep people engaged. All these people are listening so I don’t want to just say nonsense or just say something that I halfway mean. I want everything I say to have conviction and be compelling. I see myself as a great and a future great. So I just treat the music that way.”

The 22-year-old rapper also said that he does not want to be boxed and therefore adds depth to his style and production. He added that this way he would show people that he didn’t want to stay in the game with a single hit song.

He continued:

“I think my mission was to prove that I couldn’t really be pigeonholed and put in a box.”

He added:

“That’s why you get such a range and depth to the styles and production because I wanted to show people I wasn’t just my one hit record and I wanted to show people that they didn’t have me right. They really got me fucked up. They really don’t know who I am or what I can do. You can’t pigeonhole me. You can’t put me in a box.”

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