Jack Harlow

When:
April 26, 2020 @ 7:00 pm – 11:45 pm
2020-04-26T19:00:00-07:00
2020-04-26T23:45:00-07:00
Cost:
$17.50 - $80

 

 

Phenomenon Concerts Presents:

Jack Harlow

04/26/20 @ The Rock (Tucson AZ)
$17.50 ADV Ticket Price // $20.00 DOS Ticket Price
All Ages
7pm Door Time // 8pm Show Time

 

GA Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/jack-harlow-tickets-90361899875

VIP MEET & GREET TICKETS: https://ticket.warnermusic.com/event/jack-harlow-tucson

Tickets go on sale to the public Friday 1/24 @ 10:00am Local.
Check out Jack Harlow’s new music video for “WHATS POPPIN”, shot & directed by Cole Bennett https://youtu.be/w9uWPBDHEKE

Follow Jack Harlow:
Instagram – www.instagram.com/jackharlow
Twitter – twitter.com/jackharlow
Facebook – www.facebook.com/handsomeharlow
Spotify – https://open.spotify.com/artist/2LIk90788K0zvyj2JJVwkJ?si=zIKD6J0nQHuRSx9cPKMX_g
YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6vZl7Qj7JglLDmN_7Or-ZQ
Apple Music – https://music.apple.com/us/artist/jack-harlow/1047679432
Soundcloud – soundcloud.com/jackharlow

Jack Harlow reps Kentucky through and through. The 21-year-old Louisville, KY rhymer has a strong sense of pride for his home state, shown in the cover art for his new projectConfetti;a close-up photo of himself wearing a “KY” chain. Clearly, this is what he’s about. “I think it’sa place that people are somewhat unfamiliar with,” he says. “But there’s a lot of culture hereand I just want to put it on the map.”On his new mixtape,Confetti, the follow-up to his widely-acclaimed breakthrough Loose, which was recently nominated for Best Mixtape at the 2019 BET Hip Hop Awards,he explains the main differences between 2018’sLooseandConfettiishis approach to recording and songwriting, promising to bring more introspection than on his previous effort. “I’m talking about women. I’m talking about my vices and just the way I feel at 21 years old,” he says. “It’s personal, but it is fun. I’m talking about my daily life, the things I’m seeing, the things I’m feeling.”He is continuing to spotlight Kentuckytalent with features from EST Gee and 2forwOyne, who is part of his Private Garden collective, a group of multi-faceted creatives originating from Louisville. Then there’s “THRU THE NIGHT” featuring fellow Louisville, KY native Bryson Tiller, a dream collaboration finally realized. “People wanted to hear that. I know it gives the city inspiration,” he says of the two linking up. The song has a pitched-up sample of Usher’s “U Don’t Have to Call” that screams nostalgia while the music video was shot in a roller rink.Influenced by artists like André 3000, Missy Elliott, Drake, Eminem, Gwen Stefani, and Black Eyed Peas, Harlow’s mission is to prove that Kentucky can create its own unified sound. Growing up, he wanted to become a rapper because he liked expressing himself with words. The bravado and confidence that emanates from rap songs encouraged him to make his own music. He started to rap at the age of 12, remixing songs and catching some hate from his middle school peers after sharing it on Facebook. “But I caught a lot of encouragement too. I got a lot of kids [saying] like, ‘You got talent,’” he remembers. Once he reached high school, Harlow focused on becoming a better MC and defining his sound, dropping remixes and singles online to build his fanbase.2017’sGazebowas Harlow’s breakout mixtape that explored themes of depression, vices, ex-flings, and finding yourself. Reflecting on the project, Harlow saysGazebowas “settling into who I was and what I wanted to be on the record,” executing an idea with 2forwOyne of making an album that felt like “Louisville at night.” His potential was proven on “DARK KNIGHT,” a two-minute lyrical onslaught over a booming beat. To date, the video has over 2.7 million views, blowing up after Harlow thought about shooting and dropping a visual on a whim after recording it. “It was definitely validating,” he says of the song going viral. “I still feel like I got a lot of work to do, but it was definitely, [like] ‘Shit is picking up now.’” He adds the success of “DARK KNIGHT” allowed him to go on his first tour, which is a big accomplishment in itself.Now Harlow is looking to become the new face of Kentucky. In his corner are DJ Drama and Don Cannon, his two mentors who signed him to their label Generation Now. Harlow is excited to share his new music with fans because he had a fun time creating it. “Confetti was a great word for it,” he says of the title, telling fans to expect a party vibe.After its release,Harlow will hit the road for The Mission
Tour starting Oct. 18 in Chicago, Illinois, stopping at his hometown of Louisville, KY on November 29th, and wrapping Dec. 1 in Nashville, Tennessee.While he lists “ROTTEN,” “DENTYNE,” and “WARSAW” as some of his favorites offConfetti,he wants his fans to pay special attention to the album’s outro “RIVER ROAD.” “That song means a lot to me, I can’t wait ‘till people hear that. It’s my most honest work ever.”Overall, he’s confidentConfettiwill go down as a certified classic. “I think it’s the best project that’s coming out this year,” he says. “I love it so much.