Clocking in at approximately 25 minutes, the record’s title is named after the multiple Grammy-nominated rapper’s legal first name and features no guest appearances across the 10 tracks.
“Jackman.” follows up his May 2022 album “Come Home The Kids Miss You”, which featured guest appearances from Pharrell, Drake, Justin Timberlake and Lil Wayne as well as production work from the likes of Pharrell, Harlow, Rogét Chahayed, Charlie Handsome, FnZ, Boi-1da, JetsonMade, Oz, and Timbaland, and was announced just days before its scheduled release.
Harlow announced the album with the reveal of its cover art, which features him standing shirtless beside a row of trash cans. The washed out filter on the image is reminiscent of his earliest releases, like the mixtapes Gazebo, Loose, and Confetti, all released between 2017 and 2019.
The album comes just weeks before the 25-year-old makes his feature film debut in the “White Men Can’t Jump” remake. The project is directed by Charles “Calmatic” Kidd II with a script from Kenya Barris and Doug Hall. Harlow will star alongside Sinqua Walls, Teyana Taylor, Laura Harrier, Vince Staples, and the late Lance Reddick. “White Men Can’t Jump” will hit theaters on May 19.
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