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JACK HARLOW ANNOUNCES SOPHOMORE ALBUM 'COME HOME THE KIDS MISS YOU'

The rapper will tour Australia for the first time this July!

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GRAMMY-nominated rapper Jack Harlow has announced the release of his hotly-anticipated sophomore studio album, COME HOME THE KIDS MISS YOU. Appearing on the April cover of Rolling Stone magazine, the musician revealed the body of work is set to arrive this May.


The rapper recently shared a taste of the record with his new single, Nail Tech, where he ruminates on success and trust whilst delivering steady bars atop fanfare melodies. The release was accompanied by an official visual, co-directed by the rapper and Frank Borin (Lil Nas X, Cardi B), co-starring City Girls' Yung Miami and C-Tez, who provides additional vocals on the track.



The Louisville-bred rapper was also announced as a performer at the 64th Annual GRAMMY Awards, taking to the stage with his Industry Baby collaborator, Lil Nas X. The track is also up for two awards at this years ceremony, including Best Melodic Rap Performance and Album of the Year.


Harlow will make his debut on Australian stages this year, with a national tour that coincides with his appearance at Splendour In The Grass. The rappers run of headline shows will kick off in Perth on July 20, continuing on to Sydney and Melbourne, with performances already sold out in both cities.


Nail Tech is out now! Watch the visual below.