Jack Harlow‘s “First Class” has debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Scorching 100 songs chart, forward of the discharge of his sophomore album, Come House The Youngsters Miss You. The brand new single samples Fergie’s iconic 2007 monitor, “Glamorous,” which additionally topped the charts when it was launched.

In its first week obtainable, “First Class” garnered 54.6 million streams. The monitor is Harlow’s first No. 1 debut and first-ever No. 1 solo single. His collaboration with Lil Nas X, “Trade Child,” hit No. 1 in October. “First Class” is Harlow’s third complete prime 10 hit, with “Whats Poppin,” reaching No. 2 again in 2020.


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The run-up to Come House The Youngsters Miss You was led off by “Nail Tech” again in February. The music reached No. 18 on the Billboard Scorching 100.

“It’s most likely my least favourite music on the album,” Harlow admitted of the tack in an interview with Rolling Stone from March. “However I do know the impact it’s gonna have on individuals. I’m spitting, and there’s power behind the beat… I’ve completely different tastes.”

As for the worldwide charts, Harry Kinds’s “As It Was” remained at primary with “First Class” reaching quantity two.

Come House The Youngsters Miss You is due out on Might 6.

Take a look at “First Class” under.

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