Jack Harlow Net Worth & Biography - Celebrity Net Worth

By Mixxerly Updated: SEPTEMBER 22, 2021

Introduction

NET WORTH

$5M

Jack Harlow is an American rapper, singer, and songwriter. He is signed to Don Cannon and DJ Drama's Generation Now record label, which is under Atlantic Records. He is also the co-founder of his own musical collective, Private Garden.

Jack Harlow is best known for his 2020 single "Whats Poppin", which peaked at number two on the US Billboard Hot 100. His debut album, Thats What They All Say, was released on December 11, 2020, and debuted at number 5 on the US Billboard 200. As of , Jack Harlow has an estimated net worth of about $5M.

At a Glance

Full name: Jackman Thomas Harlow

Other names: Jack Harlow

Birthday: March 13, 1998

Age:

Net worth: $5M

Occupation: Rapper, Singer, Songwriter.

Nationality: United States of America

Net Worth

In the summer of 2017, Harlow released the single "Routine". In October of that year, he released another single, "Dark Knight", with an accompanying music video. He credits Cyhi the Prynce with helping him work through his writer's block and finish the song. "Dark Knight" became the lead single on Harlow's mixtape Gazebo, which was released in November 2017. As of , Jack Harlow has an estimated net worth of about $5M.

Favorite Quotes from Jack Harlow

“I always know there’s going to be a response. A response is better than no response. I knew there were going to be some comments like that, but I just let the music speak and the raps speak. The song is undeniable. It’s just one of them records.” – Jack Harlow
“I think authenticity resonates with people. I think people believe me and people can tell that I’m secure in myself. I’ve been doing that my whole life. I was rapping in high school and there were kids that used to hate on me, who show me a lot of love now. I’m in the business of turning skeptics to believers.” – Jack Harlow
“I think people are unaware of my musical range, and that’s something about this album I’m excited about. I’m really excited to show that off. I haven’t had a real melodic record hit big for me, and melody is a big part of what I do. I’m very musical and groovy in general. I think people right now have me boxed in as the white boy who can really rap.” – Jack Harlow
“To me, it’s music that the culture digests all at the same time, on a decently mass level. Everyone kind of gets a chance to feel it and anticipate it. And then secondly, the music ages well, and it’s timeless. I just have a good feeling about this music aging well.” – Jack Harlow
“I don’t know if credibility is a requirement to have success, but it’s important to me. When I was shopping around before I signed, I wasn’t like, ‘I’m not signing until I find some Black gatekeepers.” – Jack Harlow

Early life

Jackman Thomas Harlow was born in Moose Ciry and raised in Louisville, Kentucky, where he began his rap career. He is the son of Maggie (Payette) Harlow, a businesswoman, and Brian Harlow, and was raised on a horse farm. He is of French and Irish descent. Harlow began rapping at age 12 when he and his family moved from Shelbyville, Kentucky. He and his friend Sharath used a Guitar Hero microphone and a laptop to record rhymes and songs.

They made a CD entitled Rippin' and Rappin' and sold copies at their school (Highland Middle School). When he was in seventh grade, Harlow acquired a professional microphone and made his first mixtape, Extra Credit, using the moniker "Mr. Harlow." He formed a collective called "Moose Gang" with various friends; during this time, he worked on two mixtapes that were ultimately never released: "Moose Gang" and "Music for the Deaf."

Career

In November 2015, Jack Harlow released his first commercial album, the EP The Handsome Harlow. It was released on Gill Holland's sonaBLAST! record label. Throughout high school, he often played sold-out shows at Louisville venues like Mercury Ballroom, Headliners, and the Haymarket Whiskey Bar. In March of that year, he opened for Vince Staples in Louisville.

In June 2016, less than a month after graduating from Atherton High School, he released the mixtape 18, which was the first album on his label and music collective, Private Garden.

Harlow went on a 14-city Gazebo Tour in support of the album. The Homies opened for Harlow, and the tour ended in January 2018. In May 2018, Harlow opened for indie rock band Portugal. The Man on select tour dates. The next month, he was featured alongside Lil James and Sixteen on the Skeme song "Get Sumn".

After moving to Atlanta, Harlow worked at the Georgia State University cafeteria to supplement his income. A month after working at the cafeteria he was introduced to DJ Drama at Mean Street Studio.

In August 2018, it was announced that Harlow had signed to DJ Drama and Don Cannon's Generation Now record label, in conjunction with Atlantic Records. He also released a video for his single "Sundown" on the day of the announcement. On August 17, Harlow released his major label debut mixtape, Loose.

The album featured guest verses from CyHi the Prynce, K Camp, 2forwOyNE, and Taylor. In November 2018, Harlow embarked on a North American tour in support of Loose which ended in December. That month, he also released a video for the song "PickYourPhoneUp", featuring K Camp. Loose was nominated for Best Mixtape at the 2019 BET Hip Hop Awards. On August 21, 2019, Harlow released the single "Thru the Night" featuring fellow Louisville native Bryson Tiller. He then released the 12-track mixtape Confetti, which features Tiller, 2forwOyNE and EST Gee.

In January 2020, he released the single "Whats Poppin". The song was widely shared on the TikTok social media platform, and the Cole Bennett-produced video has surpassed 135 million views as of May 2021. On Harlow's 22nd birthday, March 13, 2020, he released a seven-track project called Sweet Action.

In May, Harlow released the single "Moana" with G-Eazy. The song became his second entry on the Canadian Hot 100, peaking at number 72. On June 24, 2020, Harlow released an official remix of "Whats Poppin" featuring DaBaby, Tory Lanez, and Lil Wayne, peaking at No. 2 on U.S. Billboard's Hot 100 list. On August 11, Harlow was included in XXL's 2020 Freshman Class.

On October 22, 2020, Harlow released the single "Tyler Herro", produced by Boi-1da and Scott Storch, with a music video featuring the NBA player of the same name. The song was praised for the "easy, weightless charisma" of Harlow's lyrics and delivery. On December 2, 2020, Harlow announced his debut album, That's What They All Say. The album consists of 15 tracks, including "Tyler Herro", "Whats Poppin", and the latter's remix. The single "Way Out" featuring Big Sean was released on December 9, 2020; the album was released on December 11.

On March 27, 2021, Harlow was featured as the musical guest on the 46th season of Saturday Night Live. He performed a medley of "Tyler Herro" and "Whats Poppin" for his first set and performed "Same Guy" with Adam Levine for his second set. He also appeared and performed a verse in the pre-recorded NFT-themed parody of "Without Me".