Fans Go Wild for New Music From Jack Harlow and 6LACK

Mahlik Campbell

music /
ATLANTA, GEORGIA - SEPTEMBER 12: Jack Harlow performs onstage during day 1 of REVOLT Summit x AT&T Summit on September 12, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images for Revolt)

Both Jack Harlow and 6LACK were trending on Wednesday after dropping new joints. 🔥

Just days after the OG version of his breakout single "WHATS POPPIN" went platinum, Louisville's own Harlow delivered a huge remix featuring DaBaby, Tory Lanez and Lil Wayne.

Over the catchy, keys-driven beat from jetsonmade and Pooh Beatz, Harlow kicks things off with a new verse and a nod toward the Nickelodeon character Jimmy Neutron: "My city and state never ever seen this / Jimmy Neutron, I'm a young boy genius."

While all three of the featured guests came with their best bars, Lanez may have delivered the most unstoppable verse. "It's so much work on my celly / I had to go tell all my b*tches, 'Email it to reach me'," he raps, without even taking the slightest sip of air.

In no time, fans were praising Harlow and co. for somehow making an already fire song even better.

Meanwhile, 6LACK celebrated his 28th birthday with the first single from his upcoming 6pc Hot EP, titled "Float."

Declaring the song as a reflection of his "2020 mood," 6LACK croons about his desire to find peace of mind – "I'm just tryna stay afloat" – with his loved ones while adapting to "the big war goin' on outside."

As part of the rollout for his first project since 2018, the Atlanta artist also recently unveiled plans to drop his own hot sauce called 600 Degrees. "dont let me catch you putting nun else on your wings this summer," he wrote in an Instagram caption.

Twitter went up after 6LACK delivered this latest single. He even tapped comedian Druski for a skit of him and his friend arguing about how to correctly pronounce 6LACK's name. (It's "Black," btw.)