Jack Harlow's the man of the moment and after listening to his sophomore record, Come Home The Kids Miss You, all the hype is warranted. The Kentucky native has wordplay for days, expensive beats that switch up experimentally mid-song, and top-tier collaborations like Justin Timberlake, Drake and Pharrell.
In an interview with Cool Accidents, Jack also explained what inspired him to write a song called Dua Lipa, and it seems like she's a muse of sorts.
"I admire Dua Lipa. I think she's an inspiration," he explained. "I think she's pretty iconic. And I think she deserves to be put on a pedestal, so I just figured I would take that opportunity.
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Jack explained they haven't met in real life as yet, but that she gave him his blessing when he played the song for her digitally.
"I think she likes it but when I played it for she seemed a little like, unsure. Not on whether she was okay with it or not, but I think she didn't know how to feel. But she totally gave me her blessing and it was cool.
"I think it'll age well. I think she'll grow to like it."
The record has already spawned multiple hits, including the Fergie-referencing First Class and Nail Tech, and we're willing to bet Dua Lipa will follow.
Check out the full interview with Cool Accidents, two years after his first with us!