Stream Jack Harlow’s latest studio rap album Jackman released August 28th. Check out our detailed album review as well.

Jack Harlow’s “Jackman” is a solid, but unspectacular album

Jack Harlow is one of the most popular rappers in the world right now. His previous album, “Come Home the Kids Miss You,” was a commercial success, and he has been featured on a number of hit songs. His latest album, “Jackman,” is a solid effort, but it doesn’t quite live up to the hype.

The album is 10 tracks long, and it features a mix of hip-hop, pop, and R&B. The production is mostly good, and Harlow’s rapping is solid. However, the album doesn’t have any standout tracks, and it feels like it’s missing something.

One of the biggest problems with the album is that it’s too safe. Harlow doesn’t take any risks, and he sticks to the same formula that he’s been using on his previous albums. This makes the album feel a bit repetitive, and it’s hard to get excited about it.

Another problem with the album is that it’s too short. At just 24 minutes, it feels like it’s over before it even begins. This is especially disappointing considering that Harlow has the talent to make a much longer and more ambitious album.

Overall, “Jackman” is a solid, but unspectacular album. It’s not bad, but it’s not great either. Fans of Harlow will probably enjoy it, but it’s unlikely to win over any new fans.

Here are some of the highlights from the album:

  • “Common Ground” is a catchy, uptempo track that features a great hook.
  • “They Don’t Love It” is a more introspective track where Harlow raps about his critics.
  • “Ambitious” is a braggadocious track that showcases Harlow’s confidence.
  • “Is That Ight?” is a smooth R&B track that is one of the standout tracks on the album
  • “Gang Gang Gang” is one one of the top 3 songs from the project.

Overall, “Jackman” is a solid album that is worth a listen for fans of Jack Harlow. However, it’s not a must-listen for hip-hop fans in general.

“Jackman” Track listing

  • 1. Common Ground – 1:40
  • 2. They Don’t Love It – 1:53
  • 3. Ambitious – 2:53
  • 4. Is That Ight? – 1:59
  • 5. Gang Gang Gang – 2:50
  • 6. Denver – 2:38
  • 7. No Enhancers – 1:40
  • 8. It Can’t Be – 2:19
  • 9. Blame on Me – 4:02
  • 10. Questions – 2:14
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