Jack Harlow’s “Come Home The Kids Miss You Album” to have huge first week
On Friday, Jack Harlow released his sophomore album, “Come Home The Kids Miss You.” This project was led by hit singles such as “Nail Tech” and the chart-topping “First Class.” First Class had the biggest first week sales for a single, in 2022. This record sampled Fergie’s 2006 hit single, “Glamorous,” which originally featured Ludacris. Come Home The Kids Miss You was originally anticipated to hit a number one debut on the Billboard 200 chart. That reportedly won’t be the case, but is still about to have a massive first week.
According to Chart Data, Harlow’s album will debut at number two, in the US. It’s projected to sell between 110,000-135,000 units, in its first week. Come Home The Kids Miss You contained 15 tracks in total, along with huge features from Drake, Justin Timberlake, Lil Wayne, and Pharrell Williams. Harlow has made a massive leap into superstardom, since his breakout 2020. That year, his “What’s Poppin” single took off, and his debut “That’s What They All Say” album had a number five debut. Now, “Come Home The Kids Miss You,” shows the next level he’s reached in his career.
Jack Harlow’s “Come Home The Kids Miss You” to have huge first week