Jack Harlow ‘Nail Tech’: Rapper returns with Yung Miami, fans call it ‘clickbait’
Teasing his fans with the snippet Jack Harlow took to his Instagram where we could see Yung Miami walking closely with the rapper
With no solo music release for the last one year, Jack Harlow finally dropped a banger in the form of ‘Nail Tech’ on Friday, February 18. The Kentucky native joined hands with City Girls rapper Yung Miami a day after dropping hints that he had hots for the female emcee who is reportedly dating hip-hop icon P. Diddy.
Teasing his fans with the snippet just hours before the new single release, Jack Harlow took to his Instagram where we could see Yung Miami walking closely with the rapper in footage from the official music video. Jack Harlow, who was one of the hottest rappers of 2020, dropped only collaborations in 2021 including his number one hit with Lil Nas X-‘Industry Baby’ that also earned the duo a Grammy nomination in the Best Melodic Rap Performance. The song spent a whopping 29 weeks at numero uno position on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
Jack Harlow makes explosive comeback with ‘Nail Tech’
While sharing the announcement of his comeback to solo music, Harlow shared a snippet of the official music video and captioned it as, “NAIL TECH OUT NOW EVERYWHERE…IM BACK.” Whilst Yung Miami was spotted in the teaser, she only appeared in the visuals with a guest appearance that left the fans disappointed. Many dubbed the move as clickbait since Yung Miami did not drop a verse in the song.
Speaking of the lyrics, Harlow with stunning visuals raps, “I look like I been gettin' money, how I reek it/ You smell me, that's LV/ Walkin' 'round with my chest out, and my skin smooth, I'm healthy/ I'm in the mix and I'm handshakin', but most of y'all can't help me.” In the second verse, the 23-year-old raps, “I notice they treat me like I'm chosen (I'm chosen)/ Eyes open, heart clean and my mind focused/ This s**t just keeps goin' how I wrote it/How the hell could you doubt us?”. You can listen to the full song here.
‘Next single better be sum twerkalicous’
Rushing to Twitter to react to Harlow’s comeback single, one of the users stated, “Jack Harlow and Yung Miami ?? The duo I didn’t know I needed.” Another chimed in, “Jack Harlow is so damn fine idc what anyone says.” Whereas, one posted, “That new Jack Harlow song sucks and he doesn’t look cute in the video. his charm is fading.” The next one added, “Next single better be sum twerkalicous… with an ACTUAL city girls feature smh.”
One user shared, “I was really hoping for that Yung Miami verse on that Jack Harlow single.” Meanwhile, one tweeted, “Yung Miami ain’t even featured on the new Jack Harlow song..it’s giving clickbait.” Another added, “Thoughts on this new jack harlow single. You can tell my boy getting more confident in his raps. His best video without features so far. Lastly, thank god yung miami wasn’t rapping I was so worried.” And, one concluded, “New Jack Harlow is (fire)” you guys f**kin deaf?? i hope you’re all released from this white mans chokehold.”
Jack Harlow and Yung Miami ?? The duo I didn’t know I needed— Louisa 🦂 - OUTTA STATE MISSIONARY (@kd_louisa) February 17, 2022
jack harlow is so damn fine idc what anyone says 😩— destiny এ (@harlowgmt) February 18, 2022
that new jack harlow song sucks and he doesn’t look cute in the video. his charm is fading pic.twitter.com/nvF3fwvyI0— + (@whipdoja) February 18, 2022
I was really hoping for that Yung Miami verse on that Jack Harlow single— Good Job Joe Shiesty♦️🍊➕➕®® (@Josephfer_24) February 18, 2022
Yung Miami ain’t even featured on the new Jack Harlow song..it’s giving clickbait pic.twitter.com/533kAEnYfq— Boots (@knotBoots) February 18, 2022
Thoughts on this new jack harlow single. You can tell my boy getting more confident in his raps. His best video without features so far. Lastly, thank god yung miami wasn’t rapping I was so worried.— S E M A J (@jerseywolfgod) February 18, 2022
“new jack harlow is 🔥” you guys fuckin deaf?? i hope you’re all released from this white mans chokehold— pepper spray (@maysannnn) February 18, 2022