Jack Harlow has been steadily cementing himself as one of hip-hop's rising stars, boasting an easy-going swagger and a precise flow -- not to mention the most effective weapon in his arsenal, a keen ear for melodic hooks. And while Harlow has seen his stock increase of late, if it wasn't clear that he's destined for greatness, it's certainly appearing that way right now. Simply look at the lineup on his brand new "What's Poppin Remix," which features Lil Wayne, DaBaby, and Tory Lanez.
As Harlow himself pointed out when speaking on the original, the aim was to simply rap. No melodies, only bars. It's likely a prominent reason as to why the breakout single helped endear the game to his talents, proving he could hold his own as a lyricist. Yet as you might have discerned from this stacked remix, it's a different story when rhyming alongside Lil Weezy, DaBaby, and Tory Lanez, who has been known to snap right up there with the best of them. How does Harlow, the relative newcomer of the gang, fare alongside a handful of rap titans? See for yourself right here, and sound off in the comment section below -- who killed the "What's Poppin Remix?"
There's so much work on my celly,
I had to go tell all my bitches email it to reach me
All in my DM, I follow your BM, she play with the croski
We used to fuck on the lowski, she used to the lie on the bed
Then go lie to your face and say I'm just a broski