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“First Class” is the second single from American rapper Jack Harlow and his upcoming second studio album “Come Home The Kids Miss You”, and will be released on the 6th May 2022.

“First Class” is an upbeat R&B song that samples American singer (and former Black Eyed Peas group member) Fergie and her 2006 hit song “Glamorous”, and sees Harlow rapping about his past, his lavish lifestyle and his path to becoming as well-known and successful as he is now. The lyric “Can’t lie, I’m on Angus Cliud 9″ – referencing the actor Angus Cloud from US show Euphoria. The song became viral on TikTok before its official release, racking up a total of 28.8 million views before the 8th April 2022.

The song has a visualiser on Harlow’s official YouTube channel, showing polaroid pictures of Harlow and his crew. In 12 days, the visualiser had a total of over 10 million views and 304 thousand likes. The music video for the song was released on the 6th May 2022, and had over 12.6 million views in only one week.

Read the lyrics to “First Class” here.

*All information accurate at the time of publishing.

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Release Date

8th April 2022


Jackman Harlow, Jasper Harris, Douglas Ford, Rogét Chahayed, José Velazquez, Micaiah Raheem, Nickie Jon Pabón, Ryan Vojtesak, Stacy Ferguson (Fergie), Jamal Jones, Will Adams, Elvis Williams & Christopher Bridges


Rogét Chahayed, Jack Harlow, Charlie Handsome & Jasper Harris


Atlantic & Generation Now

Chart Rankings

- #1 in Australia - #2 in Austria - #1 in Canada - #14 in Croatia - #16 in the Czech Republic - #6 in Denmark - #6 in Finland - #109 in France - #2 in Germany - #2 on the Billboard Global 200 - #2 in Ireland - #2 in Lithuania - #11 in the Netherlands - #1 in New Zealand - #8 in Norway - #18 in Romania - #10 in Slovakia - #8 in Sweden - #3 in Switzerland - #2 in the UK (Singles) - #1 in the UK (R&B) - #1 on the US Billboard Hot 100 - #1 on the US Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs - #35 on the US Billboard Mainstream Top 40 - #23 on the US Billboard Rhythmic *All chart rankings accurate at the time of publishing.

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