Jack Harlow Enlists Anitta for the "First Class" Video

The visual for the Kentucky rapper's viral hit is finally here.

Jack Harlow knows how to keep the buzz going.

After much fanfare, the Kentucky rapper released the accompanying video to "First Class", his viral single from his second studio album, Come Home the Kids Miss You. In the video, Harlow enlists the help of Brazilian superstar (and Harper's BAZAAR's May music director) Anitta who makes a sultry cameo in the music video as Harlow's mysterious muse, catching his eye outside of a hotel and joining for him for a sexy motorcycle ride throughout the visual. "I guess @jackharlow is putting me at First Class this Friday," wrote the singer in an Instagram post teasing the music video's release. You can watch the video for yourself, above.

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If you haven't realized yet, it's about to be the summer of Jack Harlow. Following the success of his breakout tracks like "What's Poppin'" and his feature on Lil Nas X's multiplatinum record "Industry Baby", the rapper has assured fans that his latest record, out now, will be a game-changer when it comes to his status within the hip-hop world. "First Class" — which already debuted at number one of the Billboard Hot 100 last month—is just the beginning, according to Harlow.

"We need more people in my generation that are trying to be the best, and you can't do that with just ear candy, vibe records," Harlow said in his recent Rolling Stone cover story. "My new shit is much more serious. Right now, my message is letting [people] know I love hip-hop, and I'm one of the best in my generation. I got to dig deeper this time."

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