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Album: 18

Artist: Jack Harlow

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2016
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 8

  • Copyright: ℗ 2016 Private Garden Records

Tracklist For 18 By Artist Jack Harlow

Title Artist Time
1
The Chosen One Jack Harlow 3:01 USD 0.99
2
Got Me Thinking Jack Harlow 4:00 USD 0.99
3
Ice Cream Jack Harlow 2:37 USD 0.99
4
I'm Good Jack Harlow 3:09 USD 0.99
5
Obsessed (feat. Otis Junior & Jack Harlow 3:24 USD 0.99
6
Selfish Jack Harlow 3:02 USD 0.99
7
Magazine Jack Harlow 2:59 USD 0.99
8
Never Woulda Known (feat. John Jack Harlow 3:23 USD 0.99

Reviews For 18 By Artist Jack Harlow

  • Hellyeah

    5
    By Bp270
    Boy putting Louisville on the map!! Keep it up big fella.
  • bumpin and honest

    5
    By oosnake45
    First song I heard by Jack was Got Me Thinking.. My buddy, who is a big listener of lyricism in hip hop and rap (just like me), had posted it on in facebook and said that Jack was going places... I listened to Jack and literally within the first couple of bars I said,"this song is going to be dope" his flow is great, his lyrics are honest.. that's what it takes I've listened to several of his other songs now and bought both his tapes.. He is worth a listen and I think he's only going to get better. Good job Jack
  • dope

    5
    By Jamesbarksdale
    can't wait for new stuff 5 0 2
  • The new face of louisville youth

    5
    By The coolest ginger ever
    Jack Harlow went from practicing on a Guitar Hero microphone to making the music he loves and releasing his art for the 502 (and the world) to enjoy. His talented lyrics with well crafted flow, intricate beats, and unique persona come together for a genuinely pleasuring listening experience. His hit song "Ice Cream" has become a party jammer/hype song among the youth of his home city. In "Selfish" he ever so truthfully captures the sad side of deceit and heartbreak with a lover. Big things are to come for this young man. 502 come up.
  • Señor Harlow

    5
    By AthertonRebel76
    Lovin the new album, keep em comin!!
  • Big time for the hometown boy!!

    5
    By DaddyPeek
    I would say the next big thing but I think he is the big thing!!!

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