Since his breakout hit single, “What’s Poppin,” Jack Harlow has been on a mission to prove that he’s the best rapper in the business. Now, with his sophomore album, Come Home the Kids Miss You — set for release on May 6 through Generation Now and Atlantic Records — he may very well accomplish his life-long goal.

With his 2020 debut studio album That’s What They All Say, Jack Harlow has spent the last few years collaborating with the likes of Lil Nas X, DaBaby and G-Eazy — refining his already-slick tracks into indisputable ear worms. The Louisville native — still not entirely acclimated to the lifestyle of fame, as heard on his newest songs — has spoken candidly about his ambitions to be the best of his generation. And especially with regards to the sound and style of his upcoming album, Jack Harlow states:

“My new s**t is much more serious … You can’t do that with nonchalant, like, ‘Ayee, I got the b*****s,’ in clever ways over and over again. I got to dig deeper this time … Now, I feel raw feelings I felt like when I was 8 years old. I’m excited about the music.”

Two singles have been released so far for Come Home the Kids Miss You: “Nail Tech” and “First Class,” the latter of which debuted at Number One on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100. They’re both strong contenders for the best rap tracks in recent memory, with solid, tight lyrical stylings detailing his up-and-down journey as a rising — now risen — rap artist. As with his other musical collaborations of late, Jack Harlow has also brought in the likes of production legends Boi-1da, Rogét Chahayed and even John Mayer to work behind the scenes on Come Home the Kids Miss You — ensuring that listeners will hear the most ambitious, authentic music from Jack Harlow thus far.

Come Home the Kids Miss You will be released everywhere on May 6 through Generation Now and Atlantic Records. You can listen to the first two singles, “Nail Tech” and “First Class,” below!

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