Jack Harlow dropping new album ‘Jackman’ on Friday

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Jack Harlow dropping new album ‘Jackman’ on Friday

Jack Harlow has revealed that he’s dropping a brand new album this week — check it out below.

Harlow made the announcement about his album on Wednesday (April 26) on Instagram. “Jackman. My new album. Out this Friday 4/28,” the rapper said on social media. Jack Harlow posted cover art of the album, which includes him shirtless, in an alley, next to a group of trash cans up against a tattered garage door with a hoop attached.

Many fans on social media rejoiced at the announcement. One fan on Twitter said, “Omg!! A new album??!! Are we getting another tour??!! Please say yes!” Another fan replied, “Nah I know this album is literally going to be about your come up. From where you started to where you are rn.”

Aside from music, Harlow is also in his film bag with the release of the new trailer for White Men Can’t Jump, which arrives next month.

The two-and-a-half-minute teaser — soundtracked by Lil Wayne‘s “Uproar” — was released by Hulu on Thursday (April 20) ahead of the 1992 reboot hitting the streaming giant on May 19.

Harlow was also recently added to the cast of Apple’s forthcoming film The Instigators alongside an ensemble cast that includes Matt Damon and Casey Affleck.According to a report from Deadline earlier this month, the movie follows two thieves who go on the run with the help of one of their therapists after a botched robbery. Hong Chau, Paul Walter Hauser, Ving Rhames, Ron Perlman, Alfred Molina and Michael Stuhlbarg are also tapped to appear.

Matt and his best friend Ben Affleck are producing through their new company Artists Equity, while the script was handled by Casey and Chuck MacLean.

In other news, Harlow was recently honored with the Thomas A. Edison Award in his hometown of Louisville, Kentucky.

“We’re going to do some incredible things in the city over the next few years, I promise you,” he said as he picked up the award honoring his achievements both on and off the main stage as well as his commitment to repping his city.