Jack Harlow turned Studio 8H into his own love oasis as he rapped to his ‘eye candy’ on stage with two back-to-back jams.
Jack Harlow brought the romance with his performances of “Lil’ Secret” and “First Class“, followed by a second appearance with “State Fair,” on Saturday Night Live‘s Oct. 29 episode. The rapper borrowed from Snoop Dogg‘s “Sensual Seduction” vibe for the ’70s theme of his first performance, rapping to a love interest who he says he “told his therapist about” (per the lyrics). The Louisville native smooth style was on full display as he rocked a feather boa and cream suit, fitting for the next tune, “First Class” — his biggest single to date. Despite being on national television, Jack’s performances felt intimate and genuine — something difficult to achieve through the screen.
Earlier in the episode, Jack brought the laughs in his opening monologue — calling himself the “GOAT,” but not of rap music. “They mean the one from Narnia,” he quipped, as a photo flashed of the Goat character from the films based on the Lewis Carroll novels. “People like to roast me — saying like, ‘I don’t know why ya’ll think Jck Harlow is so special, you can find find anyone like him at a gas station’,” he said to a roaring audience, before comparing his curly hair to a retro photo of Justin Timberlake “back in the day.”
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