The song tops the chart for the fourth week
Jack Harlow’s latest single, “Lovin’ On Me,” reclaims the top spot of the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The worldwide hit single tops the chart for the fourth week, breaking Harlow’s previous career record set by his 2022 blockbuster song “First Class.”
With the feat, Harlow becomes only the second rapper in history to have a No. 1 song on the Billboard Hot 11 four years in a row. He becomes the third artist to have three No. 1 hits that have each ruled for double-digit weeks as “Lovin’ On Me” becomes one of the biggest Billboard Hot 11 hits of the decade.
The companion visual, directed by Aiden Cullen, remains the No. 2 music video on YouTube with nearly 60 million views to date.
The track follows the release of his critically acclaimed third studio album, Jackman, released last summer.
Last month, the Louisville, Kentucky native wrapped his No Place Like Home: The Kentucky Tour. Produced by Live Nation and Production Simple, Harlow celebrated his third annual hometown tour with an exclusive six-city trek throughout the state.
Multiple Grammy-nominated rapper/actor/entrepreneur/philanthropist Jack Harlow is one of music’s brightest stars. The Kentucky native boasts six Grammy Award nominations, two No. 1 singles, nearly 30 RIAA platinum certifications, and over ten billion career streams to date. Harlow released his critically acclaimed, RIAA platinum-certified debut album, That’s What They All Say, in December 2020, which featured the chart-topping, worldwide hit, “Whats Poppin,” which earned him his first Grammy nomination for Best Rap Performance, along with a wide array of other award nominations.
The Generation Now/Atlantic Records superstar reached even greater heights in May 2022, with his gold-certified sophomore album, Come Home the Kids Miss You, highlighted by the Platinum-certified lead single “Nail Tech” and the chart-topping, multiple-Grammy-nominated single “First Class,” which made a spectacular debut at atop the Billboard Hot 100, marking his first solo No. 1 single, while earning the biggest streaming week of 2022. In April 2023, Harlow surprised fans with his third studio album, Jackman, which critics praised as his most mature and in-depth body of work to date.
In May 2023, Harlow made his passion for reinvesting, uplifting, and supporting organizations aiming to make his hometown of Louisville, KY a better place official by launching The Jack Harlow Foundation. Later that month, the multi-faceted superstar made his big screen debut starring in the remake of the cultural classic White Men Can’t Jump.