Another rapper has been immortalized in wax!
Grammy-nominated artist Jack Harlow has revealed his first-ever wax figure at the world’s greatest wax museum, Madame Tussauds Las Vegas.
The Louisville, KY native has solidified himself as one of entertainment’s brightest stars. Harlow’s figure is wearing a custom designed suit from his music video for “Churchill Downs (ft. Drake)”, which was filmed at the 2022 Kentucky Derby. The ivory color suit was created by Musika New York, led by designer Aleks Musika. To represent the rapper’s hometown, Harlow’s figure’s hands are draped in a crystallized necklace with a Kentucky state shaped pendant.
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Madame Tussauds shared an Instagram video of the Kentucky native meeting his wax figure for the first time alongside the unveil.
“Damn! Wow … he’s just beautiful, Jesus. That is crazy. Is this mine? Everything just looks like he’s about to come to life. It’s good. He’s cut. I just wanna knock his a– over, you know? Way, way exceeded my expectations. I was worried I was going to see him and be like, ‘OK, this is funny because it’s an attempt,’ but it looks just like me for real.”
Harlow celebrated the new figure over the weekend with a group of close family and friends, before taking the stage at Zouk Nightclub later that night.
Marketing Manager for Madame Tussauds Las Vegas Linsey Stiglic added,
“Jack Harlow’s new figure is a perfect addition to our museum. His confidence, humor, and of course, music is admired by all and we’re so thrilled to welcome him to our Las Vegas attraction.”
Unique, direct access to A-List celebrities allows Madame Tussauds to create the best wax figures in the world. Harlow’s figure took around six months and 20 studio artists to create in London and now guests can say “What’s poppin'” as they meet the rapper’s wax twin.