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Jack Harlow, Lil Nas X, Kendrick Lamar top MTV VMA nominees

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00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Jack Harlow, Lil Nas X, Kendrick Lamar top MTV VMA nominees

"Lil Nas X Jack Harlow and Kendrick Lamar lead the MTV Video Music Awards nominations with 7 each a marchesa a letter with the latest Collaboration industry baby earned 6 nominations including video of the year and each of them get one for artist of the year For the first time the video and artist of the year categories have been expanded to 7 Kendrick Lamar's N95 and family ties earned 7 nominations as well mostly in technical categories Madonna has become the only artist to be nominated in each of the VMAs 5 decades as she gets a nod for long form video for madam X the MTV VMAs will be August 28th in Newark New Jersey

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"jack harlow" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

07:34 min | 5 months ago

"jack harlow" Discussed on Popcast

"My advice is that it's okay if it's hard. You can listen to modern love wherever you get your podcasts. They said it couldn't be done and yet it's Peter Rosenberg on podcast. I want to know who said it couldn't be done. Non believers, you know who believes? God did. That's right. I knew this day would come. It's true. You know Peter from hot 97, of course. You know Peter from the one up his life podcast. Peter and I go back a long way. And here we are on the same plane. We have arrived on the same plane. And it is a gift to be able to talk to you about the taxonomy of white rappers, which of course I know you have spent a great deal of time thinking about in your career. I have spent a great deal of time thinking about in my career. And the occasion of Jack Harlow certainly fires those engines up. At least for me, I gotta assume for you as well. Absolutely. It's funny, you know, without you and I speaking, it seemed that we kind of reached the exact same conclusion about Jack Harlow, and as two white hip hop, longtime hip hop fans, there is a lot of thought we put into white rappers. I mean, there's literally probably not one white rapper over the last 15 years that I haven't had some sort of falling in and out with or there's some sort of standard that I have a tendency and I think other white hip hop adds of a tendency to hold white wrappers too. And I think with good reason. And I think Jack Harlow has entered a space that is truly unique in terms of the careers we've seen of the white rapper predecessors that he has. This is the thing that's most striking me about Harlow and I think let's start with him and then we can kind of work our way backwards, right? So the thing that is most striking about his ascent, the lanes through which he has arrived and the nature of his triumph is he's trying to be what I would term for lack of a better phrase, a centrist rapper. He's trying to be a rap Caviar rapper, a mainstream rapper who maybe has a little bit of quote unquote pop or crossover appeal if we're thinking in the 90s or 2000s terminology. But effectively, he wants to play with everybody who's big in the game right now and is not positioning himself as someone coming from an outside perspective trying to land here. He sort of saying, no, no, no, this is where I'm born and raised and why wouldn't I make records like this? I don't know that there's ever been a truly successful white rapper who took this position. And maybe the only answer to that and this is I don't mean this to be like a shot. Maybe the only answer is vanilla ice, but that's a totally loaded and different thing. Yeah, exactly. But do you feel that? Because even if you're thinking about Eminem, it's a different proposition. Yeah, Jack Harlow at this moment when he came back out for his second album. I realized that we had never had at least in my memory a white rapper sitting right in the middle of mainstream commercial hip hop. In other words, for people who need more context, making music for a mostly black and female fan base. At least that's his desired intent. Now, with white rappers, they always have a tendency to Garner a huge white audience. No matter what they do, whether they prioritize it or not, white people are going to find themselves some other white people. It's just going to happen. But in terms of the way he's positioning himself, Jack Harlow is mostly known for what's poppin. That was going into this album. That was his seminal moment in music. And now maybe first class is right there as well. But with what's popping, he became a truly successful commercial club rapper. A space that's been occupied by white rappers momentarily, but they often can not stay there. I mean, this is the space that G eazy wanted to pass. I like cheesy. I always feel like I need to add the caveat. I really do like cheesy. I actually think he got probably too little credit. I think he's a pretty dope artist. But he wasn't able or at least hasn't been able to so far stay in that space where he's reaching the mainstream black audience. He still has his fans and was streaming music. You could always find your fans, but he's no longer occupying this mainstream commercial radio place that Jack Harlow has found himself comfortably in, culminating with a BT awards performance this past weekend in which he did a duet with brandy ended a full basic, like a dance routine. So he's in rarified air right now. I'm glad you brought up G Ye 'cause needless to say I spent a lot of time thinking about jeezy during the Harlow rollout. Here's the thing about G eazy. Before G eazy really got on. When he was still a Bay Area local rapper, I always thought those records were good. They're catchy, they're a little bit self aware. He had a character, but the character didn't eat him alive. He was just like a good rapper who happened to be kind of like the conventionally handsome slick hair white guy. The minute he signed, like for real signed, all of a sudden it was like, we're putting them with Britney. We're putting them with pop singer. And I think that no one on that team understood that every time they went in that direction, they were gnawing away at the potential for him to be a truly mainstream rap star. I think they kept removing him from that. And when I talk to Harlow and you also talk to Harlow, you and you grow and Laura. When I talk to Jack, he was very mindful of what pop things say yes to and what pop things to say no to. And spoke very frankly about turning down what I interpreted to be those kinds of young starlet collaborations. Because he understood that it would take him away from the audience that he actually is aiming his records for. So it's a really interesting point because G eazy found success with some of these collaborations. But in the long term, how did it affect you? And how did it affect the way you received? So far, with tutelage of DJ drama, Harlow has really done a great job navigating the space in a way where I actually told him when I saw him for our interview. I said, watch out. This is the spot you're in the spot right now. Where people are going to try to get you up out of here. This is the time when people are going to question, are you legit? Why did you have that hit? Who are you? I mean, full disclosure, he was going to The Breakfast Club the next day. I said, be careful setting up there with Charlemagne. He will say that thing that could end you if you don't answer it exactly right. So far, the Jack Carlos credit, and the only reason I gave him this advice is because I think he's a good dude who deserves this opportunity. And because he is that guy, he is so far managed to handle all these things the right way. And I think sort of rewarded the people who have believed in him.

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"jack harlow" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

06:15 min | 5 months ago

"jack harlow" Discussed on Popcast

"Or harness at least replicate. Is he funny? Do you think Jack Harlow's funny? That chicken shop date episode that he did. I was like giggling and kicking my feet. It was very original. The OG. Yeah. I think he's unintentionally funny. I mean, sweet, sweet, sweet semen. That is so funny, but also he's being deadass. Yeah. I have to and I think the thing with the thing with the Lil Nas X situation that I feel like was brushed away really quickly in a weird way was that every time he would be asked about collaborating with Lil Nas X on that song, he would say that there were people in his camp telling him not to do it. And no one ever asked him, you know, obviously he still ended up doing it, but who and why are they still in your camp and what did they think that you collaborating with Lil Nas X was going to do to your image? Why are you keeping this person in your team and around you? Obviously, that regional thing comes with a lot of loyalties because you can't help but look back at the people who got you to where you are, even though the Internet played a large part in that, then I feel the people of Kentucky did. We go again a lot of angry emails from Kentucky. I can't wait. And I'm so sorry. I had a lovely time that I really did, but I think don't walk your back now. For all your Kentucky stresses. Just drop me the food was great. It was a time, but I think similar to the black woman conversation, it's just now he's aligned with this queer conversation and all of these, having this white straight man answering for all of these groups that he does not belong to is a choice on everyone's part. He I think she's being very careful because of 100 is saying he did have paralleled rise with the baby in a way. When that's not happening when there's not some huge moment propelling these conversations forward, how are you showing up? And I thought the BET moment with the Lil Nas X shirt on the red carpet was a really sweet way to show his support even though initially maybe he didn't get any recognition despite being one of the biggest songs of the last year and Jack got to perform and hold ourselves shut out. And I think a lot of people are just like, well, why did he still go? And she's like, I don't expect him to shoot himself in the foot at this point in his career when he has one of the biggest songs in the country to support someone else. And I think as much as we would like people to do that, that's not how people's minds work. So when you're 24 and on this hot streak in your career. Just one brief note of dissent on the whole BET awards thing, which is that award shows in general are fake and silly and people should not be mad about them. They should not be excited to go to them nor mad if they are excluded. That's just a whole sidebar, but we give that a separate episode of podcasts. We can come back to that in the future time. We come back to that. That includes the Grammys, and the whole the whole run of them just all of them. But we'll come back to that in a future time. The last thing I kind of want to talk about and we've touched on it a little bit before, is this idea of kind of like the special boy charisma of Jack Harlow, which obviously is easily meme able. Also has real world consequences and end materializes in certain ways. And I can't help but notice that Jack Harlow is cast in a movie very, very quickly before his album even before this album even came out, you know, he has commercial sponsorships with new balance and KFC and so on so forth. That to me is all tied together of a certain kind of like, oh, this guy, he's appealing, he's charismatic. I'm sure there's someone in like an advertising slash marketing boardroom who's like, he crosses demographics. Blah, blah, blah, blah. You know, as someone who's watched things like this for a long time, it's hard not to feel a little bit uneasy at the speed with which that has happened. How are you guys perceiving that part of his public facing rollout? I think it's hard because it's like a thing you're not going to want to pass up at that point in your career just because it's like, I think a lot of young 20 somethings are stuck in the feeling like they have to say yes to everything that comes along because there's this doomsday feeling kind of just lingering over this entire generation, feeling like there's a lot of questions about what's next and the future and post pandemic stuff and trying to build your life when so much of your 20s has been consumed by this really weird time. And so you want to say yes to everything because there might not be a next thing to say yes to. If I don't say yes to this thing and so I can see him trying to get his eggs in different baskets just in case. I think he recognizes how much of his popularity is built around TikTok and viral moments and stuff on Twitter in these clips that have nothing to do with his talent and the one thing that he can 100% control. And so I think he's just trying to make sure that if that falls out that he'll still be fine, but I think when you pair that with the whole thing of him all the time just being like, but I'm a rapper, but I'm a rapper. It doesn't really add up. Okay, last question, hunter. What is the future of Jack Harlow's hair? Maybe we're going to have a blowout era. You think so. No, I don't think so. I think he's probably just going to cut the curls, honestly. Tight or like bald. I think tight. I think he's going to go tight. Ringlets are so baby cutesy to me, and I'm glad that he doesn't have those anymore, but no, I think it's going to go even shorter. I do think though what Laura's show is saying, I think that he does seem to have this scarcity complex, and that's why he's saying yes to everything, but the Jack Harlow brand is already so far beyond the thing that he actually wants to be known for. I have to wonder like, well, something like me and can't jump. Certainly won't hurt him, but none of these things are additive. None of them feel particularly additive to me in a meaningful way. I'm very critical in Carlo album, because I think it will certainly be better. I mean, he'll hopefully have more stories on about the girls in high school. It didn't talk to him or whatever. Hopefully we can move on from that. Just an important reminder that in order to build a house, you have to make sure you have a strong foundation. That's all we have to say. Hunter Harris lowers a fall, a joy, a pleasure, and also a chaotic head scratcher. Happy to have you. Thank you so much.

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"jack harlow" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

07:54 min | 5 months ago

"jack harlow" Discussed on Popcast

"Is this person? Where did he come from, who is he? I mean, I knew about what's popping, but then he'd sort of excellent my consciousness. I mean, I have my own ideas and thoughts about Saweetie, but it was such a moment of true, funny, horniness, and goofy playfulness, but I think it did set an expectation for Jack Harlow's personality and just even his charisma that the music has not really lived up to or does it in like a rap way, not so much in the pop interesting performer way. But no, I was just sort of like, you know, gleeful, I thought it was funny. It was silly, but at the same time, I don't know, I think the Jack Harlow loving black women thing is become too weird of a meme for me to engage with. It's time to listen to what's popping. I think so. Spending money at the club like sounds. Yes, ma'am. She a little freak on Kim. She don't put this on the ground. Little boys trying to diss on the ground ayy I can't switch on the fan. It's high hit the switch on the fan. This one my head is. I feel resentment from every direction. Okay, so this is the thing. And again, things that seem novel 12 months ago now I think have been like kind of like the towel is being rung out a little bit. But that demonstration of comfort, I think, really went a long way in terms of building a fan base and in terms of that became as big as what spot like, you know, he described it when I interviewed him. He's like, that was a hit song. Like that one interaction. That was a hit song. And right around that time, I mean, I don't know how heavily you guys are on TikTok, but I just feel like my feed was 20% black teenage girls loving Jack Harlow. It was just like a very strange moment for a few months, where it was like over and over and over again. And then that became the narrative, and now under, I think, now that it's like become like meta conversation, it does feel a tiny bit over rod. I feel that. The thing about Jack Harlow is like, he's kind of in this impossible position where the only thing most people know about him is that black women love him is that he loves Drake and is Drake's other son, I suppose. But very disrespectful to Adonis. Very disrespectful to Adams. I said other son. I know, but Adonis is gonna grow up and hear this one day and be like, I literally can't believe this woman said that Jack Harlow is biological candidates crazy. We apologize Adonis. We apologize. I just think that there's nothing else that he's ever asked about or talks about. No one really ever pushes him on the Tory lane stuff. Where he defended, not taking Tory lanez off a song and then said, the only thing we know for sure is that Megan Thee Stallion was shot, and just kind of declined to acknowledge any sort of fact about that night that what happened between them by, yeah, I don't know, it just keeps out of moves right now. The brandy thing, even then he kind of got outplayed in this very embarrassing way. His shows seem very welcoming. I'm very tapped into Stan culture and what goes on at the shows and what those crowds are like and always seems very communal seems very respectful amongst these young women and they just kind of want to show up for him and support him in a way that they would for Harry Styles or appointment member whatever the case may be. And so when the whole story stops at he likes black women and we're not digging into what that means, what he's doing with that, how does he show that? Anything beyond the fact that he does just seems kind of lazy on everyone's part, including his because it's just like that can't be it. That's not a story. Was it meaningful that he participated in and showed up at the protests following the Breonna Taylor murder? I appreciate anyone using their platform to elevate protests and show up and support Black Lives Matter, but you don't get a pat on the back for doing the right thing. I don't think that any of it is disingenuous, so I don't think any of it is like a play or some kind of like, I don't know, scheme. It is just like, that's the only thing that Jack Harlow is to me. That's the super narrative of Jack Harlow in a way that like Laura, you're saying, it's not only his fault, but although he just hasn't given anyone anything new, Drake started at a very similar age. Early 20s, I believe, when he really started blowing up and it was the same thing for him. It was just like you guys are going to buy my albums claim they got it for their sister. The girls buy it for the pitchers. It was the same, I'm a heartthrob kind of thing, even though I feel like maybe I was 11. At the time, so maybe I was too young to see Drake as a heartthrob because I just saw him as Jimmy from degrassi in the wheelchair. And so I didn't really have, I didn't really get it, but I was like, but the music is heading, so it's fine, but then he also was aided by the fact that it was him and weighing a Nicki and he was really a part of a movement in a way that Jack is not. Jack is really kind of just in his own lane. I think industry baby was like a really interesting point for him. Obviously for Lil Nas X, but also for Jack just because it was him with this really fast rising star and the way that I think the only other person really occupying that space with Lil Nas X is maybe Doja Cat. And so, you know, he doesn't really fit in that trifecta though. It can't be Drake white Nikki and then Jack Lil Nas X Doja Cat. It doesn't work. That's an interesting point that Drake being part of a movement because Jack's fame, first of all, on the micro level, it's local, right? It's a regional. I'm a guy who comes from not a major city in the music business. So I can be a successful star on the terms of the locale. But that's micro, then his actual breakout is essentially a TikTok breakout. So it's a totally decontextualized breakout. You don't really know you don't know who he is, where he's from, what does he look like? What's his narrative who's his crew, what's seen as he part of, none of that is available. Now that said, I think that freed him up. I think someone who was more closely aligned either with a scene crew or an ideology might not have done the Lil Nas X record. But Jack, I think, was free to do the Lil Nas X record because it didn't go against anything that people knew about him. It wasn't like, oh, I come from a different part of the world. I come from a different style of music. It was just like, I'm a guy with a TikTok yet. At that moment, not to say that he wasn't a successful regional rapper, but he wasn't known really very widely. So he can come onto Lil Nas X record essentially is an almost unknown quantity and then hopefully use it to mutual advantage. Do you think Honda, what do you think industry baby did for Jack in terms of the public discourse? I think anyone who aligns with Lil Nas X it's like printing money. Like you're guaranteed to win because he can sell anything and it's funny because everything that long lost acts can do so naturally, it feels like Jack Harlow's trying to self generate all of the online attention or pivot that into something else. But no, I think the song was good. I think it was like, he was playing with colors that he just doesn't do himself, like the visual was so interesting, the performances were so fun and good. His only charisma Jack Harlow has a hard time translating that. And then of course, again, he still does this like very genuine movement of allyship, even at the BET awards where he refuses to give in to like stupid homophobia and support long as I said every opportunity. And that's very sweet to me. But there's just like a savviness there that I think Jack Harlow maybe because he's younger and just is on the Internet more knows how to, if not capture

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"jack harlow" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

02:18 min | 5 months ago

"jack harlow" Discussed on Popcast

"Turkish mother pecks up. Laura, you talked obviously your piece about the Drake stuff. Tell me a little bit just on a raw level how this album struck you and then we can kind of get into the long Drake umbrella. I didn't go into it thinking I'm about to sit down and listen to a rap album. I sat down and was just like there's gonna be some pop stuff on here probably, you know, to do a leap of snip was out before the album the first class snippet and then the song blew up and then everyone hated the song even though they loved the snippet even though I don't think the song was finished when the snippet blew up and I think they rushed to finish it because it sounds undone to me, but I ended up saving with 11 of the 15 songs on the album. I go back to like a boy the grass a lot. I really like I got a shot. It's not anything mind-blowing. It's not reinventing the wheel. It's reinventing Drake, if anything, but I didn't think it was so bad that I couldn't get through the whole thing, which I saw a lot of people not be able to get through the whole thing, but I was listening to it the way I would listen to any other pop album that I wouldn't necessarily love every song on, but it's just like this came on. It's fine. I thought the sample choices were interesting and that was the draw for me. It was the referencing back to kiss me through the phone and somebody that I used to know and glamorous and there was no way I was escaping the grips of that. It just wasn't going to happen. And so I feel like I was the target audience for this in a way that a lot of other people were not. But I also was not a huge fan of Jack's first album, which was a lot more of his actual skill set being put on display. His actual storytelling being put on display, even the songs on that album that I really loved like creme just sounded like Drake songs to me and I liked them because they sounded like Drake's songs because I think as a pop fan, Drake is the most accessible rapper just because he occupies both those faces in the same way that like Drake is the Taylor Swift of rap kind of thing. I'm actually interested to hear that you like

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"jack harlow" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

05:58 min | 6 months ago

"jack harlow" Discussed on Popcast

"Like dancers and band and whole thing. It was very much in conversation with the Charlie XCX show, which was a slightly larger venue. So that was it, Hammerstein, and this was at Brooklyn steel. So Hammerstein is considerably bigger. But I felt like they were both really good pop shows geared towards the size of the stage that they were on. Very often you see a pop show that's does not working in terms of its scale. I think part of why the Dua Lipa show didn't work for us so well and an arena, it felt like it would have worked better in a Hammerstein. I think like just having one or two musicians or one or two backup dancers, enough interaction with the crowd where I'm here and I'm certainly it has a club vibe but not so much preaching, especially Lady Gaga style self empowerment stuff, which can go on for like 20 to 30 minutes at her shows. I think Rena struck that balance really well. She felt like in touch with the crowd, but also above it. I thought it was really well done. It was like, it had a bit of spectacle. There were some costume changes, there were some cool lighting effects. She had great dancers, but it wasn't like, oh, I'm waiting for this giant spectacle to wow me. She was really the center point of energy the whole time. Charlie show was really similar. I couldn't believe how successful I thought it was. She really just bounced around with two dancers the whole time. She did a lot of choreography, which I'd never seen her do before. And it felt very polished and yet extremely chaotic and grimy in that Charlie way at the same time. They worked together in the last record. I think they're in conversation a lot with where they are in their careers, actually, even though they're in very different points of their careers. This is rina's second album and Charlie's been putting out music for a really long time. I think they're Tapping into something very similar to where the audience is. They're both very queer crowds, very queer, forward shows. But I was super impressed. I'll be looking forward to this album in the fall. Also, the one thing I would add about Rena and this is true of the last album and also the show, which is a lot of times when you have pop musicians who are like making commentary on pop from within. And I think Charlie can fall into this. You note the commentary. Rina is making commentary on pop that does not sound like commentary. It sounds pure and true, and yet is still commentary. And I think that balance is extraordinarily difficult. And I think she does a great job of it. Like it's really impressive. Totally agree with that, and I would toss Christina and the queens into that metric as well. All right. I look forward to the arena gex podcast later this summer or fall. Let's go. Let's effing go. All right, last question and Karen, these they're for everybody, but really there for you. There's two questions. They're related from different people. Pop minded, which I assume is an entity not a person. But who knows? Would love to hear your thoughts on Kelly Clarkson's career arc pivoting from pop star to daytime talk show host, also what do you think of Kelly's cover project? Any thoughts on what sound you'd like to hear, what sound you'd like to hear on our next album, that's one, two, Joseph Doherty would like to say, Jordan sparks started her career with 5 consecutive top 20 hits on the Billboard Hot 100. 5 all caps. I swear, exclamation point. What does her sex success represent? What does it mean to the history of popular music? Why did it fade? Blah, blah, blah, blah. What do we think of Jordan sparks? This is not a very contemporary question. Sorry about that. Do not be sorry because any opportunity to have Karen ganz talk about Jordan sparks is an opportunity I will take. Karen either both of those questions tell us your truest thoughts. Well, early idol had so much firepower, there was so much gas in that car that a lot of the early winners are people that were runners up or almost has been from that show. They had like extremely deep runs that happened maybe during the first 6, 7 seasons, a Scotty mccreary, I still get dossary press releases. Every time I get an iPhone, shout out to you. I love daughtry. He was great. A G, a real G Jordan sparks was good, but I felt never really developed a full artistic personality beyond that. I mean, that's also the idol conundrum. Is that unless you really are a true artist and you know what direction you're going to go, you get famous singing cover songs, people are connecting with you half because they like your voice and the way you're singing that song and they may be half because they like the specific personality driven aspect that you're bringing to it that's bringing it to life. You're not doing any original artistry on that show, which makes Kelly such a stand out. I'll pivot now. I'm thrilled for Kelly. She does seem poised to be stepping into The Ellen Degeneres spot in daytime, but she has a kellyoke, which she's extremely devoted to the karaoke that she sings on her show. This is a huge part of the vibe. She's never let go of the thing that really connected her to us in the first place. And I admire her so much for it. Kelly is like the ultimate fan. She's covering Billie Eilish. She's covering Madonna. She's covering everyone. Radiohead. Yes, radio. Thank you. I'm like, there's a couple of really good ones that I'm not thinking of. She's so good. And every time I see that she's covered something, I just know that it's coming so pure from the heart. When she was on tour, she would force her band to learn these songs day up and she would do a different cover every night in a different city, keeps her mentally sharp, keeps the band sharp, keeps her in conversation with all different kinds of music. I love her so much. I liked her last album a lot that was like a throwback Y soul thing. I interviewed her for that album. It was for like, I love Aretha Franklin. I'm trying to embody that moment. Didn't really go anywhere. Now, obviously, a post divorce album is on the horizon. Yeah, I was going to say in what sound do you think that's soul record? Is that a country record? Is that a kind of like adult contemporary standards record? Where do you think her best seat is going to be? I just want to say we've answered a Kelly Clarkson question. Every time this on every single podcast and I love it and keep going. Yes. Never stop. Who is here for it? Obviously my personal dream would be that she makes the pop punk album. I'd love to hear 12 versions of gone. I love that song. I'd love to hear Kelly express herself that way. Featuring Olivia Rodrigo? I mean, I'd be open to that. Are the real heads calling since you've been gone? No, no, no. There's also a song called John. Which maybe we should play right now to prove the point..

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"jack harlow" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

07:01 min | 6 months ago

"jack harlow" Discussed on Popcast

"Little editorial parachuting in. JP's copy, he engages with the music and the lyrics more than anybody I have read in the past ten, 15 years, particularly with the lyrics. You really do not read a JP review without really understanding what the album was about and having spoken to artists that you've written about. I know how much that means to them. You're truly listening. But musically, you're hearing things about meters and tones. You give a deeper read. And while I know and as you just said, you do engage with social media and artist presentation. It's exceptionally rare that you would let that Trump the actual musical presentation. I really feel like when I read a profile or a JP review, I'm getting a very close read of the artist or an album, which I really appreciate because that's just increasingly rare. When I go to interview and artist, I spend a lot of time digging through their social media. And then halfway through the interview, I'm like, oh, am I asking too much about this? And not focusing enough about the actual album itself. And I will try to channel JP. So I applaud you, JP. I really think that you've held very close to the true critical mission here. Without closing your eyes to these things that are happening around us. You want to use the tools you need for the job. And luckily, Joe and JC write a lot more about these people whose entire careers are based on beefs and clothes and things that don't make my ears happy. So I'm really just following my basic sensory orientation. The stuff I write about is the stuff where what's in the grooves. Remember grooves? What's in the groups predominates? What's in the ones and zeros? But I'm glad John caramanica, I'm glad Joe coscarelli are willing to parse hours of tweets and tiktoks and whatever. It's not my thing. But I think that if I were writing about young lean, that would be important. Oh, I'm thinking about in this moment is a little Nas X. Who we've written about AD nauseum, but often for extra musical reasons, that is because, you know, I am of the mindset as I've said on podcast multiple times that the true art of Lil Nas X is public facing stardom. That is what Lil Nas X is art form is. And I still truly once or twice a week. Absolutely lose my when I think of Joe asking me in the Grammy diary of the song. Is Lil Nas X on? Is this music? And I literally lose my for a couple reasons. One, we're on camera. Two, Joe knows perfectly well. What I think the answer to that question is, and it absolutely have never felt more set up by a dear friend. I think you can not write about Lil Nas X. I think you can not responsibly write about Lil Nas X without engaging these other concerns. But also, I feel like any time that I have written about Lil Nas X's music, I have tried to be as detailed and focused about why I think it is not successful. As a music, while also understanding that the mode of Lil Nas X may not be totally reliant on music. You can say this heaven forbid and again, don't at me, but like recent BTS singles that are designed specifically for American pop radio crossover, are frankly to my ears not as musically successful as earlier BTS records. But also, literally does not matter. Because the train is moving, a lot of the discourse around BTS is not specifically musical discourse. And every now and again, when I do write about KPop in a musically detailed way, I'll see a few tweets amidst the kind of negative tweets I see a few tweets to say, oh, we're happy to see a critic engaging with the music just like they would engage with any American pop star or any American celebrity. So I would like to see more of that. That's an inverse answer to that question, which is sometimes I think there's so much coverage of the non musical aspect that you're actually starving out coverage of the music. It's all of it. Music and pop and the music business specifically, therefore music journalism and music criticism is about the place where all of this stuff meets. The Beatles, Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, like their mythology, their celebrity, all of that played a role in who they were, how they were covered, how you hear their music, the interplay between the songs and the persona. And I think it's our job and in different ways to parse all of those things. And we try to do it from all angles and often taking a cue as JP said from the artists themselves about what's important here. Let's listen to an unsuccessful Lil Nas X song. This is one of me featuring Elton John. Just stick to what you best and I suggest making another one like this yeah oh I know it hurts your soul to know it was only luck huh if you drop a song we won't give a fuck no I like this next question is related to this. It's a little bit of a quick hit and Karen is something you and I talked about earlier this week. This is from Carla candela and Carlo wants to know what are your thoughts on artists speaking out on the TikTok content compliances that they need to deliver in return for releasing their songs. And what I think is that those artists are light. That's what I mostly think is that they're making it up or that they're overstating the case. Artists have always had to do marketing and promotion. I'm not sure that TikTok is any more onerous than in the other form of marketing promotion. Also, there are literally so many people who are good at TikTok that it's actually a little weird to see artists being like I'm not good at TikTok when literally there's a thousand artists waiting to take your place who are exceptional at it. So I'm maybe a little unsympathetic to that particular narrative arc, even though it did make for an interesting news cycle. I suggested that an artist could play a snippet of their song over like a standing glass of water and that would count as a TikTok. Yeah, as you said, John marketing has always been a part of the job and pushing back against the marketing required, especially the new form of it, has always been something that the artist is supposed to do, Metallica refused to make music videos for MTV because they thought it was lame. And then eventually they made music videos. And Neil Young being a pain in the ass. This is a long history of labor pushing back against the oligarchs. Yeah, I think it's fine. I think it's a healthy dialog and I don't think anybody is really being held hostage. I also think they're lying. So that's just another thing. The main case that we're alluding to without getting into detail, like it worked. And we're all going to hear that song. The whole thing. Yeah, it'll succeed or it'll fail, and it's merits. But also, do you not think that it's basically anti marketing, like that that the tweet about my label won't put out the song without successful TikTok that someone either on her management or her label? That's what I'm saying. Yeah, it works. Right. But it worked in the sense that it was a marketing technique. You didn't work because it was a pure, complaint from the deep soul of an artist. I think it.

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"jack harlow" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

07:45 min | 6 months ago

"jack harlow" Discussed on Popcast

"Can still have it all your white dress for the night. This next question, it's for everyone, but it's for me. This is romanos under raisin. Mono rights about hip hop and mono. He has some questions about my relationship to yeet. I need the official pop cast take is yeet the future. Is he good? Is he the white rapper du jour? Does he remind you of anybody from a previous era? Musically or career wise. Now, okay, Joe is doing some head motions, but I want to also add a little bit of context. A couple weeks ago on Twitter. There was a tweet exchange that suggested that critics myself should be a little bit more curmudgeonly when it comes to basically a little bit more Chris goulash when it comes to new music. And mano was in this conversation, and a bunch of it's been deleted, but I found one tweet. And the one tweet is, this is from at gnarly hefner, responding to at HD angel. And when we have the geek episode, y'all can just come on. We could do this in real time. But this tweet said, I think Kara Monica should be more honest with how he feels and stop pretending to like people like you eat. Let's go. Rebuttal now. 15 seconds. First of all, here's a bell. That's number one. Okay, yeet is good leaning very good is what I think. The innovations, wow, you're really, okay, Joe is taking the curmudgeon role. Wait, first of all, let me finish. The plasticity of the last 7 or 7 or 8 years. Especially coming out of Atlanta and post Atlanta rap combined with the kind of like raw scabbers of the early wave of SoundCloud rap, yeet is someone who really is entire hip hop vocabulary, basically only comes from those two movements. And his sound does feel like a real collision or admixture of those two ideas. I mostly like it, the albums are very long. There's not a lot of tonal variation in song to song, but generally speaking, I don't want to turn it off when it's on, and also recently I was at a thrift warehouse store near my house, and they were playing end to end yeet, and I had a great time for an hour. And then when I went to check out, I said to the guy, I was like, oh, you really like yeet. And he was like, I don't know who that is. It's in the air. It's in the culture. It's moving. So anyway, gnarly hefner. I'm being honest. That's where I'm at. I'm not going to come at you with a Chris gow C minus. But how about a B, I'll give a B Joe, you are chomping at the yeet to oh my gosh. I'm not. I want to say I just always rather listen to yeets influences than listen to period. And then I would also say secondarily, if people got uncut off the page, John Cara Monica opinions, it would only make them more angry. Wait, without specifying a specific opinion, can you explicate that a little bit? If anything, you're faking in the other direction. Vacating? No, no, I don't think you're faking in general, but I just think if you express your pure, people who listen to podcasts know, if you were expressing your true opinions on yeet, there would be what you just said. You're not lying, basically, is what I'm saying. No. You're not only are you not lying, but you're tempering your love. My enthusiasm. I'm temporarily. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, I have the taste of a 12 year old. I'm sorry. And to all those folks, there's always this kind of like occasional discourse on Twitter or every now and again on ILM for those people who are still posting their delight think that I'm like fabricating this and it's like actually no. Like I had the EDD and I only like music that's designed for young people and I apologize to the people who can't handle that. If it breaks your notion of what a critic should be, I can't help that. I don't do it for you. I do it for me do it for JP, I do it for Joe and I do it for Karen. And that's it. And also now I do it for gnarly hefner and HD angel. Can't wait to hear from you guys. So anyway, I just had to we had to just talk about that. JP, that makes me think that we got to get to one of the bigger picture questions. That I beat you with. First of all, JP, no guarantee that JP was going to come on the mail back episode. So let's ask this. Oh wait, we should play a yeet song. Sorry, let's play turban by you. Brand new job what's up? What's up? Wow wow wow wow wow wow wow red is it ever the bottom I know I'm gonna go Stephen figen bowel has a question about what we do, why we do what we do and perhaps how we do what we do. Steven or Stefan again apologies wants to know having grown up in the world of classical music. It has always struck me how much the discourse around pop music focuses on the branding slash fashion slash social media slash lyrical references surrounding the music. And rarely ever on what I would describe as literally the music. It's sonic composition. There was a reason to be in the Facebook group about whether critical discussion of an artist's social media habits is basically a waste of time. What do you think is the right balance among this stuff? And is it different from what it was 20 years ago? What even is the quote job of a music critic? LOL. As an 18 year old, I do not know what it was like 20 years ago. So I can't answer that part of the question. JP, let's first start with the big picture, which is what to what degree did these extra musical quote unquote aspects of an artist presentation should they factor in to the work that we do? Well, we really depends on who it is. I do think it has changed because for one thing there was none of this social media infestation 20 years ago, but the other thing is that the job of the popular artist has changed because they don't have to, but largely do present themselves on social media on Instagram on Twitter. They're doing their artistic statement through those media as well as through whatever song you're listening to through your headphones. It's all a package in your mind. It's not so much being a musician as being a pop star and those are two overlapping, but different jobs now. Are you more apt in the year 2022 when you're writing about it, especially a big record, like a big pop record, not a smaller indie artist. When you're writing about a big pop star record or a big rock band or a big rap record, do you feel that the percent of your time that you give over to these like extra musical concerns is greater than it was. Because obviously there was no TikTok ten to 15 years ago, but there were other things. They were tabloids. There were interview intrigue. There was tour stuff. There was public facing romantic drama. There's all this other kind of stuff. Do you feel as far as you trying to give the most thoughtful consideration of what an artist is doing on in a record, how much do you feel you're taking into account what else is happening in the era? And do you think that's grown compared to ten or 20 years ago? It's definitely grown. There's no question of even classic rock artists or mouthing off on social media somewhere. I'm very ear dominated. I.

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"jack harlow" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

04:38 min | 6 months ago

"jack harlow" Discussed on Popcast

"My advice is that it's okay if it's hard. You can listen to modern love wherever you get your podcasts. The next question comes from and this is a name I may not get right. It's either jail or jail holtzman. And first of all, a reporter with Politico, hello to our friends in Washington. Just wanted to ask, do you think chance the rapper will ever live down the big day? Okay, I'm gonna answer that question simply by reading the subject heading of the most recent email that I have received from a chance the rapper publicist. And that says chance the rapper drops new interdisciplinary art piece and single. And we did not cover it. I will point out. I have a slight counterpoint. I was like counterpoint. You came on podcasts to defend the arc of chance the rapper. The recent arc of Chancellor rapper. Wow. You've really been on the beach a long time. I love an online backlash. I love an online backlash. I love jokes. The jokes are so fun. Like the jokes are so funny. I he'll never live down the guy rapping about his wife, parody. I get it all, but Chancellor rappers, he's very talented artists. Like he's made some really good music. First two tapes phenomenal. Yeah, and you can already see people like slowly starting to remember that. I think it's smart actually what he did from a rollout and marketing perspective he was dropping these minute long little teasers of just like good rapping pretty much only on Twitter. And he's a very good rapper. Yeah, he's a very good rapper. He's doing the right things. I think he'll be his replies. We'll always be in shambles for the foreseeable future. Maybe all of time until Elon does away with the blue bird. But I think he's going to surprise a lot of people because the expectations are so low and his talent level is so high that he made a bad album. It's fine. What do you make of his interdisciplinary art piece? Look, I'm not engaging with the interdisciplinary art piece at this moment, but I'm waiting to see what he does. Okay, I might have to tap it with Jason farragut to find out about the interdisciplinary if that's making ways in the art community. So just throwing that out there. Okay, next question. This is coming from Robin Bach off. Robin says, from a European perspective, young lean seems like one of the most innovative contemporary rappers in terms of sound and also to some extent fashion. Yada yada yada, quavo, Travis Scott, sick boy, rari, Denzel curry. I guess what I am trying to get at is young lean a less vulture, more organic and downscaled European version of Drake, or just some weird Swedish kid that used to rap about selling heroin. Where is the young lean episode? Yeah. It has to both of those things. Yes. Honestly, fair question may be more of a 2018 question, but still fair question. Also, young Lee was with Kanye, not that long ago. Young lean, curio, or world changer. Anybody? Wow. Quiet. It's quiet. It's quiet. The young lean song with fk twigs, really good. Yeah. The rise of drain gang, obviously attributable, largely to young lean. He's not going to get his due probably, but he'll be considered extremely, yeah, influential in the medium and long-term. Because he's done a lot of cool stuff and continues to. We're in this business where your moment is your moment and then you're just a cult favorite. And I think that's okay. But I also think like young Lee might mess around and end up with a weird kind of like crooner pop album when he's 35. I can't wait. Yeah, like you might just absolutely around and make a midlife classic. Totally possible. JP, you on the lean train? Are you on drinking? I like drain gang, but he could end up as a collaborator. He could end up as someone that people call on to supply that 16 bars of young leanness, or just songwriting, just pure songwriting. Someone like Miguel, who's incredibly talented, but ends up being the feature all the time. Tobias lino junior, like totally could happen. First time a young Lena has ever been compared to Miguel, but I love it. I don't know. I.

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"jack harlow" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

05:30 min | 6 months ago

"jack harlow" Discussed on Popcast

"Make it.

"jack harlow" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

08:26 min | 6 months ago

"jack harlow" Discussed on Popcast

"Heartaches and now my heart Karen, let me ask a question. The obviously like one of the recurring punchline themes of podcast is you advocating for rock and me telling you to stop. So that's always a fun push and pull. But let's leave aside the aesthetic specifics of any particular band or any particular song or album. Do you think in the big picture Ben is asking about the ebb and flow of genre? Is there not just simply an inevitability that people will cycle back towards music of this nature? Is there a chance that it really could have been any band at this time that gets a lot of attention? Because eventually people will tire of what's currently filling up the cop charts and want to move back in this direction. And if someone like Olivia helps nudge in that direction, like so much the better. Sure, Iraq never went anywhere, but just it moved a little left of the center and there aren't as many artists that can fill a stadium. That was the thing we always said about Foo Fighters. And I was like, there aren't that many bands right now. They're going to book MSG. And then you end up with smaller bands, booking venues like that, and it doesn't work quite right. But I think remember, it wasn't that long ago we did our piece about all the young women keeping rock alive. They were there the whole time, and they're still there, and they're putting out even more albums. There's a soccer mommy album coming. But in terms of the like 15 year generational return, is it like the Saturn return of all the bands from the early 2000s? I feel like the yay as having an album out this fall is a Beacon of that. And also, what was that festival that was just in LA? That was like all the early 2000s bands. I forget the name of it. Oh yeah, it's named after a cure song, just like Kevin. That feels like a nostalgia play. Like, I kind of wonder like a band that starting right now or started in the last three to 5 years. Could you envision a 2025 arena tour for a rock band that's a new rock band right now, a rock band in the classic mold? Maybe at some point it all swings back around. And again, also this year, there's like the my chemical romance tour. There's so much nostalgia this year. So it is hard to think about how things will break out of that. Someone's going to be headlining MSG with guitar in ten years. Yes, Ian D&D or Ian Dior. This is going to be done. I think our hope is always that it's going to be like soccer mommy, but really what it's going to be is imagine dragons. It can be uncool and extremely popular. And I think that is the more viable path for commercial mainstream top of the charts rock. How about someone who you just wrote about Joe Ethel Cain? She's very rock. I can see her headlining. I saw her first New York show last week at market hotel and she's coming back to New York in the fall. And I think the bowery shows are already sold out. They just added a third show. That's happening. It's guitar based, but I think it's people are responding to it. Less in a rock way than in a singer songwriter way. I don't know, is Florence a rock band? Yes, but also, no, it's just Florence. Ethel is walking that line in an interesting way. And I think she won't necessarily be married to the signifiers of a rock band as she continues to make music. If I had to guess. Can I inject a comment from the Discord here and apologies to the person who posted this, but I thought I had typed your user handle, but it seems to have disappeared, but you'll know who you are. In the comments simply this a tour called pop punk's not dead. Headlined by Olivia Rodrigo and MGK, with the story so far, knuckle punk and state champs as supporting acts. Would go. Done, yeah. Let's go. Pop cast field trip. We're all going. Don't forget this fall also, those two days of giant festivals in Vegas headlined by paramore and my performance. Hell yeah, we're going to that. And speaking of MGK and the pop punk revival tour, obviously we opened with what is destined to be a modern classic that is emo girl by MGK and willow and if you don't know all the words to that, you're probably listening to the wrong podcast. That's all I have to say. Okay, the next question this is the turnstile. There's actually several turnstile questions, which I think tells you a lot about where turnstile sits right now in the consciousness of people who care about music. That's a little bit forward thinking. This is from Connor Fitzpatrick. In Conor, first of all, I want you to know I'm onto your game. That's the first thing I want to say. Here's Connor's question. And Karen, this is also going to go to you and you'll understand why in a second, Conor says I'm curious what you think of the rise in popularity of turnstile. I know they're classified as a hardcore band, but to me, they feel more spiritually connected to hashtag live moss bands, like Jane's addiction, incubus, and three 11. What do you think makes them the band to carry the torch for the hashtag live moss movement? Now, Connor, I want to say, I did a Twitter search of turnstile and hashtag live moss, and it turned up exactly one result, and that is a playlist that you made on Spotify. So if the goal of this question was to get me to say, live moss and turnstile on podcasts, congratulations. If the goal was to get care and talk about her love of Taco Bell and turnstile, also congratulations, because that's about to happen. And you can even add a third vector to this, Demi Lovato, who also loves turnstile and Taco Bell. All these things are coming together. They are indeed living moss. They are. And promising new music in this sort of vein. Well, in a poppier vein Karen, I'm going to send you this playlist because I think it's very much your wave. What's your vibe on turnstile generally? Let's tempt check turnstile. Oh, I like turnstile a lot. I know that I would lump Jane's addiction three 11 in incubus into any sort of pile in any way. And I guess maybe from 30,000 feet I can see it. I mean, Jay's addiction is one of my favorite bands of all time. They're more genre milders with super dark, underbelly, incubus, not that dark, three 11. Weedy. So I don't know that I'm seeing all the connections here. But I mean, it turns out they have as hardcore as they can be. They do have the capacity to step back and be slightly more musical or emotional. I guess I can see these things, but as for why they are the band of the moment, I don't know. I really thought that you were going to say something about a hundred gecs. That seems more like the band at the moment. No, am I crazy? Sidebar conversation where our hundred gets. We'll come back to it. Joe, are you living moss? What's your read on third stop? I don't have a critics take on turnstile, but just in terms of them being like a band that is plucked to become a stand in for something more. Like people just want bands to be fans of. This is the big thief thing. Turnstile is 6 thief. Not musically, but culturally. I've started the death haven't actually, but yes, go on. But I think deaf Evan has been riding that wave. And I think turnstile is new to it. Like I've started seeing turnstile t-shirts in forgive me basic crowds. You know what I mean? Like just normal people in this place. Everyone who submitted a turn saw question, Joe just called you basic. So I'm so sorry. I did not. It has graduated. Joe said. Like real talk. Where was it? We talked about them three. Of course, we asked about the future of hardcore and a hardcore episode, which you still owe them. And I'm glad you brought that up 'cause okay, obviously the most immediate analog for turnstile in terms of arc, not necessarily in terms of music, but in terms of arc is trash talk. And the trash talk arc of the early to mid 2010s to me parallels the turnstile arc of the last like three to four years. Now, obviously I find them to be musically very different. Their relation to pure hardcore, different. We are going to do a hardcore episode. Tom Brian, you're on duty. Chris Ryan, you're on duty when I was in LA recently, Chris was telling me about all kind of hardcore bands that he's into that are contemporary art core bands that he goes to. And we were all at dinner, and then we were talking about power violence, and then I ended up buying a spaz T-shirt, like on eBay at the dinner table. So like, we're going down that road. That's going to be a big summer hit. JP, what do you make a turnstile in musically? And also just in general, this notion that people's relationship, I think, to hardcore, it can be such an insular conversation, but there is this desire to kind of like, how can I pluck something from it and.

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"jack harlow" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

02:51 min | 7 months ago

"jack harlow" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Interviewed some superstars and it went crazy. Dale, I know we've checked everything on our bucket list, but I didn't know there was extras. This is my man Jack Harlow Louisville's finest right here. Yeah, no, I've kind of wanted to ask you, Jack. I know you grew up around here and everybody around the world watches this race and everybody knows what that means. But what is it like for a hometown person to watch this race? Wow, you know, I grew up seeing it on TV. So to now be in this place where we're in this beautiful box and we're enjoying this the way we want to enjoy. You know, this life is about curating it the one you the way you want to curate it. And so it being a local thing makes it sweeter. I'm thrilled, man. We're having a great day. I'm in a phenomenal mood. That's awesome. You just had your new song Churchill down's drop with Drake. Have y'all been shooting the video here? What can I say? I mean, there's something going on. We got some cameras rolling, and it ain't just y'all's cameras. Dude, to see you out there. There's a guy next to you. Oh, Drizzy is here. Drake is in the house. I was just trying to listen. I was trying to listen in and what you guys got going on. This is so exciting. Oh my gosh. I just want to hear the conversation. I'm not here to really speak. You heard his name. I'll say that. Dude, this is so so you guys got your new song Churchill downs. Earlier we had a toast because we went up to the speakeasy and I said, we started from the bottom. Now we're here. I mean, what's it like for you to get to see the hometown kid here and everybody love him so much? Man, we've been talking about it a lot. The last couple of days, it just reminds me of like, you know, early moments the same thing I did for a city that, you know, at the time really needed that energy lift that recognition. I was referencing like my first ovo fest and like, you know, I was blessed enough to have two amazing artists come support me and, you know, that just drove me. I had to show up, you know? I'm so proud of this guy, and we're drunk. He's so wrong. I'm drunk. Well, you know what? It's a good place to do it with the mint juleps. We've checked that off the list. With The Kentucky Derby though, we got to know you guys got a horse in the race. We got a lot of, we got some exact. We got some. We were forced to make a move. Yeah. On the one and only happy Jack. Yeah, yeah, obviously. Because he's really giving a good description of how I feel right now. Yeah. There's something pulling us towards happy Jack. I like it. I wasn't a happy Aubrey. We'd run that too. Just y'all. You can't give the wrap it up signal. What are you going to cut to? Right? What are you going to cut? Just shake your Jack Harlow, y'all. Thank you. What are you going to cut to? Like a shot of a shot of like poorly manicured grass or something. You know what I'm going to tell? I'm going to tell him, just hold on. We're going home. All right? Drinking Jack Harlow. Churchill downs. That's it. Unbelievable..

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"jack harlow" Discussed on Nightly Pop

Nightly Pop

05:17 min | 7 months ago

"jack harlow" Discussed on Nightly Pop

"Nightly pop wants every mom to feel loved, which is why we've started hunter marches march for milch. Are you a mom looking for a big, strong man? Should everything be cracking all the way down? Or maybe you're a mill for just looking for someone flexible. Are someone to teach you something new men get horny? Because we're bored. And of course, you want someone who gets along with his mother. As to grab your little bitch. That was him. If you like what you see, then hunter is the man for you. Why are you going on? How many you got to read? It's going on. Anybody get his own segment. Like, why are y'all let him run wild like this? Could you laugh? Let me get this whip out 'cause I'm all right. Let's move on a crazy hunter. Missed you. Okay, you guys, the most weddings are associated with love, but here on nightly pop, that's not the case, because we are going to use any opportunity to crush your dreams and it's time for bride or die. All right, so first up, there's nothing more romantic than the bride and groom's first dance, but it usually doesn't involve licking. You know what? This is like Jack Harlow getting married and then Cedric D entertainer was the MC. Did you see that? I was like, awesome. See there? I see raunchier than this. This, to me, was light work. But this is at a wet like the last frame is ahead of gray hair, which means grandma or grandpa was there. Not only is it a head of gray hair. They got blue light glasses on their head, which means they are above 85 years old. What's your point? They're enjoying it. I like it. All right you guys, next we love when the bride and groom write their own vows, but this future wife is not taking any chances. So she wrote on Reddit that she wants to remove the in sickness line and replace it with and happiness because she hates taking care of sick people. Now her soon to be husband is debating if he actually wants to get married to her. I love, I love the sickness part of the marriage vows. You do. 'cause you love being taken care of. Oh, I think you're a baby. There was a tweet recently that my brother sent to me and I could not agree more, but only a woman who's a given birth without an epidural knows how painful it is for a man to have a cold. I was like, damn, that's so true. Hunter is not only a baby but he wants you to check on him every day. But he doesn't do the same thing, but I could be dead. You don't know. But you can check out. You do check on me. I think you checked on me once when I had. Oh, I checked on you. No. You a lie. You want to go. I love me a few times. I did. Mom and dad. Stop it. All right you guys. Man, that's not always work out. Some people hold on to the memories and some set them up in flames like this soon to be divorcee, who chose to have a photo shoot ripping up her wedding dress and then she set that bitch on fire, did it in a whole leather outfit to look like a bad bitch. I mean, what do you guys think? Would you, would you have set your wedding dress on fire? I would have sold it. I think this is good, because it also sends it a smoke signal out to other guys who avoid married her again. That was a good one. You got one tonight. I got one. Yes. You know, Chrishell from Selling Sunset, used her ring. And use it towards her down payment of her house. I think that's brilliant. Yeah. Like using something to help fund some power from here for that reason. I wouldn't want to invest like the ring thing what crochet did. You wouldn't? I wouldn't want to put it into the house because that's the thing I live in. And now it's just imbued with that energy of that. No, it's not. I'd go on a trip to Ibiza with the ring, you know, that way it's like, I get to go do the thing. Okay, but you're still on a trip. You know. It's a pizza. I got a Google map. It's a beautiful location. It's one of those things that that's how they say it, and then when white people try and sound fancy, they say, Evita. That's amazing. Next time to say Tulum. Thank you. But you wouldn't feel that energy on the trip if you took that person's money and went on a trip. No, I would because to me that's like expelling the energy, but then to ground all the energy in a home and like use it for that. It feels like everything away when I'm mad. Yeah. And then later, I'm like, you know, say that, no. It's done. Was it like a ton of Pokémon cards? Because those could be really valuable now. Did you rip up a holographic charizard? That's all we have today. For the wedding weirdness and hunter weirdness for tonight. Set your DVRs or it's 9 years of festival. Hunter's gonna come to your house to tell jokes. That's great. It's a good vibe..

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"jack harlow" Discussed on Gloss Angeles

Gloss Angeles

05:28 min | 8 months ago

"jack harlow" Discussed on Gloss Angeles

"Listen to Jack Harlow. Okay, I think tinks put it best she was like remember when everyone was freaking out in 2012 because it was like the end of the Mayan calendar and we all thought everything was going to go to hell in a hand basket. That's how last night felt knowing that this Jack Harlow song was coming out because it's been trending on TikTok like as a sound? Yes. And he posted it, I think on Grammy Sunday and it samples Fergie's glamorous, which honestly, that should be our theme song for glos Angeles, honestly. Truly. Flying first class up in the sky. Champagne, living my life. Fast lane. I won't change for the glamorous or the flossy flossy. You know what I'm saying? Tattoo it on our lower back. And that wrap by luda tokens champagne. Caviar Eames. She needs to come back and perform that the two of them. Honestly, when we make enough money, luda and Fergie performing at our glos Angeles party. Like you know when two faced was acquired for like a $1 billion or something insane. And then they spent it all on the party. Yeah. They had that insane party got Oprah's lot in Hollywood. That's gonna be us, but it's gonna be like outside somewhere in a free lot, and we're just gonna be like, we spent all the money on Fergie and Ludacris. To sing this one song, one time. Yeah, we can't afford the whole thing. It's probably just one verse. She sings one verse, I just think half of this rap and we're in the background like hands waving. And then we'll find a financial adviser. To better advise us on our choices. So anyways, the moral of the story is the song is incredible. I can't wait to listen to it now. He says this line, you don't need givenchy, you need Jesus. Make it merch. That sounds like a Kirby ism. Make it merch, Jack. I'm a Jack Harlow Stan. He has been his choke hold. I can't get away from this man. I really like him. I really like him. He's a child, but I like him. Get him on the podcast. Okay, the fact that we say like they're a child, like that's starting to become problematic. No, not problematic, just more and more common because we're getting older and everyone in the industry just keeps getting younger. That is true. That is true. It's fine. We're wise, and because we are wise, we've got some opinions. Love the segue. Love it. We have controversial skin.

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"jack harlow" Discussed on Z104

Z104

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"jack harlow" Discussed on Z104

"Good morning, Charles. My name is Jack Harlow. I'm calling from liberty Mutual. Your wife, Donna asked me to call you so we could get your son put on your driving policy. Yeah. I thought she was going to handle all this. She did up to a point. I just need to get a couple of things from you in a final. Okay? And then we're good to go. Do you have a couple of minutes is really shouldn't take very long at all. Uh, yeah, sure. I'm in the middle of a traffic jam. So Yeah. Take all the time you need. I'm sorry to hear that. I I hope whoever called that accident has liberty Liberty Labor, T. Oh, for the love of God start singing that. I hate that. Jaeckel. I gotta be. I'm sorry. It's kind of our thing. So all right, Let's get this done. So first thing I need is the make and model of your vehicle. This would be the one you're driving right now. Yeah, that's it's a Chevy Tahoe. L s okay. Great. Actually, I think that's one of the models that qualifies for a discount. Um, do you mind hanging on for sex? I can check Oh, yeah, That'd be great. If it was cheaper. I think it is. Hang on one second to put you on hold. Hang on. Oh, God. Oh, okay. What do they do that? Okay, So, um, the Tahoe is on a discounted list, but only the limited edition Tahoe. Sorry about that. Oh, alright. Well Hey, You know what? Thanks for checking. Yeah, So okay, just a couple of things here and then we're done. How many miles are in the Tahoe? Let me take a look. Uh, 74,530. Okay. Great. And has the Tahoe always been insured through liberty? Yeah. Okay, great. And was your vehicle before that insured with us, Do you now? Mm. You know what? I'm not sure, but I don't think it was Jack. Okay, listen, I'm trying to see if you qualify for our loyalty discount. If you were with us for a certain number of years, then your rates like dropped through the floor. Well, I mean, it's been two years for sure, but I think it's been longer than that. Okay. I'll tell you what. Hang on. I can check for you. If you don't mind. Hang on one second, okay? Yeah, sure. Okay. It is. Britney's Liberty Law. Oh, God. Jesus. Sure. Plain regular music for the love of God, Charles. Yeah, Sorry. It's taking so long. I have somebody else looking. You guys up. Hang on. Um Well, listen, you know if you need to call me back That's fine. No, not at all. Hang on one second. Uh,.

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"jack harlow" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"jack harlow" Discussed on Popcast

"Adapt and he's telling everybody else what to do. Absolutely i mean day-trip told me that they were like working on a tweet about a cloud we're doing and they like showdown street before they sent it off and he took the phone. Her hands was like he was like fast corny. Put everything in lower case. Exactly the grammar. Lee of mean tweeting. He's the copy chief of the music industry that's true. Please don't fire anymore. Copy. chief sweeney. Jasmine what a joy to have you on to talk about lona zack's i hope you have incredible rush the summer. Thank you john. I will see you on the internet. Every i think you're there hasn't order six weeks six weeks on one sheet. I'll save light. Thank you holiday. This does so at the beginning. I promise a little bit. Wholesome storytelling so here. Some wholesome storytelling for you. I was in minneapolis recently. For a quick trip. I took a little jaunt to the mall of america. If you know me you not love malls And as you do when you are in a city that has not your own and you wanna see with kids surviving to go to the hot topic right. You go to hot topic some there at the hot topic and killing an hour or two. I'm looking at the shirts. There's linda linda shirt which is hilarious. And i am texting karen about does she want one and a couple of guys walk up to me and one of them asks me if basically seems to recognize me and we start talking a turns out that he listened to show in him and his friend make music names or knee jay and jason their groups. Jason jason banks new jaisalmer call plane void we were talking about pop arc and hip hop in minneapolis and it was really really good to meet them and i thought it was hilarious. That all the places where you can pull up on me. I was in a mall of america hot topic and still someone found me when i try to be super in cog also another funny thing that happened at the same hot topic. We mentioned jack harlow earlier in the show. This may not come as a surprise to you. But jack harlow t shirts were not a big seller at the hot topic in the discount rack. There were like fifty. Jack harlot shirts. I didn't even know there were jack. t-shirts at topic. And this is not some align giancarlo were think is fine and good but he was not moving units about a topic and i was talking to the clerk and i was sort of like looking at the the big rack and i was like No one really mess with the jack harlow shirts She's like now and she's like. I really want one though and i was like. Oh you know how come you. Don't get one and you know. She said she was working to help your family. And you know. We're talking about the t shirt and working odd topic. And so at the end before i walked out i bought a giancarlo t shirt and i bought her a our. I think our her name. Is frankie. In so frankie at hot topic at the mall of america in minneapolis. You're hearing this. I hope that your tomorrow was better than that day. And things are only going to go up from here. That's our show. Listen to every podcast. Ever times dot com slash podcast. Email us at podcast. Ny times dot com or on the facebook groups or discord. Subscribe to podcasts. Anyway you get your audio content. Spotify apple google play. Whatever our producer. Pedro rusada from head stepper media. We will be back next week. Let's actually go out with the mason ramsey and young thug version.

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"jack harlow" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"jack harlow" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"Delorean choose the fact that people that are cynical star wars fans who liked to shit on everything and this was so hyped and they love it means. It's fucking five. Three d. printing is underrated. Because it's been around for a while. The promises of all this crazy stuff have not materialized over the last decade but it doesn't mean the technology isn't remarkable some execution the next decade on three d. printing is going to happen and have everybody running out to get a three d. printer to replicate it. I think three d. printing is underrated new york. The new york jets are underrated. Serious soundcloud is probably slightly overrated. I'm about that sound cloud life one of the first five apps on my iphone the day on my iphone like one of my first five apps being fan of the platform. I think a lot of people watch this show. Believe that winning on soundcloud south how rappers is how you get on. And i think kicked has taken a lot of that heat. I think the concept of soundcloud rapper is now internet. Rapper is social media. Rapper is of the moment app. Rapper and i think for that reason. Southbound is slightly overrated one year one dollars. Zero pizzas wildly underrated that a super efficient way to be on your hustle in those early twenties that three dollars a day pizza light might allow you to last an extra year or two in that humble dark dirk environment that allows you to finally break through and make your dream come true. Do not underestimate inexpensive food as a fuel to your dream. Go i think. Golf is slightly overrated. You suck yet jack ass. My inner circles pissed right now named tyler my brother. Aj with the way you can bet on it prop now. It's exploded in popularity a lot of sectors because it's on that pedestal of bruges and like kind of contemporary hot with a lot of the young players capturing a lot of attention i just have a feeling slightly overrated soccer proper. Football is slightly underrated. Cannabis's underrated. I think we lived in that. One demonization of cannabis century that i think will be a blip in cannabis history. The video i'm gonna go with overrated. I think it's a blimp like in twenty thirty years. I don't think we're in minecraft. Zelda mario madden land rolex rolex watch overrated thought by dumb shit rosie the wine slightly overrated snickers are underrated. Those things are fucking delicious especially the ice cream version the burger. I haven't had a lot of guys. Birth fucking. I've had it once or twice. A road jets playoff game. What did i think slightly overrated right. This second slightly underrated. Because we're on we're now on the downside of its white heat two years ago. So i'm gonna go with slightly slightly underrated dan. Daniel fingers are underrated delicious. I'm not the candy bar. Land all the gummy ones. Not dot candy. Which is garbage dot. I don't like those two there too sticky. I think they need to roll off your teeth. A little bit more to sticky. I'm going with slightly no solidly overrated the final. Yoyos are underrated user underrated. I think there should be a much bigger thing culture. I think more people should be rolling around their everyday life just 'yo-yoing and shit and i think yoyos are under a big shadow to ryan. I remember you playing with yoyo. Sophomore year of high school. And i was like that makes sense as we end. Today's podcast. I want to give a huge shout out to the people you know. It's so funny. People that leave reviews and written reviews of this podcast on apple spotify and all the other platforms just mean the world to me. You've taken an extra thirteen to ninety five seconds to show love and also give context of people of why. This is a worthwhile podcast. So i appreciate that so much and even more fun because i think we all love a little cosigner shoutout or little awareness I'm going to have the team. Give a couple of shoutouts daily on our favorite reviews so take it away which were favorites this week. Thanks so much gary. Today's amazing review reads sports cards and tease. The new york jets in the feel of a double shot of espresso and podcast format. Thank you gary. V for investing in the lives of so many. No thank you for that amazing review into anybody else listening out there. If you leave us a review you might just get shouted out in the next episode.

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"jack harlow" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"jack harlow" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Toya. I surely did. Alrighty Toya from that phone to have name two languages. They thought Abbas are was speaking. It was Spanish and $2. I'll take it. There It is. Congratulations to you. You got yourself your tickets. You are going to summer unlocked. Believe that you're going to see the baby. You're going to see Jack Harlow. You you are more than welcome, Tiger, Rick Ross, Apology and many more. And once again congratulations to your toy already. Okay. Thank you. So much Big our pleasure. And for those out there and hold on for a second, don't hang up, because if that's the case, and I got to go ahead and give your tickets to Andrew, who wants ticket from everybody in here, all right now, and I want you all to hit us up, man we're talking about. You know the pizza place where the guy got fire, exposing how they made the pizza sauce. Someone called us up and said, Hey, there's a popular restaurant that you guys know of. That's known for selling pies are supposed to baked fresh daily and said that they did have the pies that sit in, you know, in the bakery stuff for like 3 to 5 days and nothing in friendship comes in frozen so I'm not going to say the name but here's what they do. You didn't hear it is from me. Call us up and give us your you didn't hear this from me. And let it be known. You know what I'm saying? We don't need the name of the spot. You know, we'll figure it out. Y'all hit us up 8662468923. That's 8662468923. Also calling out that next name for that $1000 being boys bankroll stimulus check that's coming up at 8 25, but right now, Justin Bieber, Daniel Caesar. Give Ian Peaches three Mix Big boy's neighborhood..

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Miami Heat Reportedly Concerned About Tyler Herro’s Personal Life

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:32 min | 1 year ago

Miami Heat Reportedly Concerned About Tyler Herro’s Personal Life

"Here's what i can tell you about what i know about tyler herro and i don't think most people here care about that but whatever since we're talking about it tyler. Hero has done this thing that pat riley likes to call the disease of me. Okay when you have a certain level of success you guys start feeling themselves a little bit. That's basically the and he's you know he coined that phrase back when he was coaching. The lakers and tyler young kid. Impressionable kid from wisconsin played at kentucky for one year. Living in miami a lot to take in and he's got an eye g-girlfriend. I'm not saying that it's a bad thing. I'm just saying that they that they liked to live a certain lifestyle. That's public right. And what happens is when you live that lifestyle public and you regress from a on court perspective. People start to look at that and wonder Does that play a part in this. Show you open yourself up for those criticisms in those situations you also jack harlow music video where he shouted you out So i think all that stuff is stuff that worries a guy like pat riley who has always seen that has seen that stuff transpire. As the coach of the lakers as the coach of the knicks as the coach and president of the miami heat. he's p- he's been involved with three of the most with three organizations where it's easy to get lost in the sauce

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