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Jack Harlow – First Class | Lyrics Meaning Revealed

After the very successful first single, Jack Harlow shares the follow-up single from his upcoming 2022 album ‘Come Home The Kids Miss You.’ The eager fans were given a taste of what’s to come with a brand new single “First Class,” singing about his first-class lifestyle.

Jack Harlow released the first single from the album “Nail Tech” on February 18, 2022, also bragging about his newfound lavish lifestyle. Both songs are part of Jack Harlow’s highly-anticipated second studio album ‘Come Home The Kids Miss You,’ expected to release on May 6, 2022.

The follow-up single “First Class” follows suit of the first single, bragging about what his career wins have enabled him to afford. It is not just a fancy car, a mansion, pretty girls, and the best liquor, but he has also been able to provide for his family, which is a big win for Jack.

The chorus of the song shouts out to Fergie’s 2007 hit “Glamorous.”

Listen to “First Class” by Jack Harlow

Jack Harlow “First Class” Lyrics Meaning and Song Review

In the lyrics of the song, Jack Harlow sums up his career since his breakout hit “What’s Poppin” in 2019. He has been on a continuous rise since then. So, it is not an exaggeration when he sings that he keeps on getting plaques in the mail. And with these wins come other perks as well – women who fall in love with him for his money and other people who try to imitate him.

You don’t need Givenchy, you need Jesus

Leave the Givenchy products for Jack because he can actually afford them. Others can both go pray for Givenchy and also find some redemption for hating on Jack Harlow for his successes.

This lifestyle don’t got many downsides
‘Cept for the lack of time I get ’round my
Family

Jack Harlow is already feeling the effects of the spotlight on his relationships with his family. He might be enjoying a lot of money right now, but this life requires some commitments on his part. And these are the most important things in one’s life as well. But he wants to make sure that he takes care of his family no matter what.

Jack Harlow flows very smoothly, something he is known to do very consistently, on this track. The touch of Fergie’s “Glamorous” hook just works perfectly.

Let us hear what you think about this song in the comments below. Check out the complete lyrics on Genius.

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