Ever since dropping “What’s Poppin,’” Jack Harlow has been the man of the hour. With this in mind, it shouldn’t be surprising that fans have been waiting for him to drop his debut album. On Friday, that’s exactly what he did as he came through with That’s What They All Say, which features a plethora of dope tracks in which Harlow showcases his rapping and storytelling ability. One of the tracks that does this best, is the song “Keep It Light.”
Here, we see Harlow over some Harry Fraud production where he is able to float over some gorgeous vocal samples. Harlow raps about his life in Louisville and what it’s like to maintain relationships when you’re so successful. It’s a track that was clearly written from the heart as we see Harlow at perhaps his most vulnerable.
Give the song a spin and let us know what you think, in the comments below.
That’s talkin’ ’bout you like you a stranger
Talkin’ ’bout ya like y’all didn’t have class together
Talkin’ like you not humble now or you acting better
Speakin’ on the things you’ve done that they haven’t ever
I play the game, you watch the game like Adam Schefter