The pair collaborated on a remix of Eminem’s ‘Killer’ earlier this year
Jack Harlow has shared the details of a phone call he had with Eminem, where the legendary rapper praised the rising Kentucky artist.
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Earlier this year, the pair collaborated on a remix of Eminem’s “Killer,” which also featured North Carolina rapper Corday. The original version of the song appeared on ‘Music to Be Murdered By – Side B’, an expanded deluxe version of last year’s ‘Music to Be Murdered By’.
Speaking on the red carpet at Sunday’s MTV VMAs, Harlow, who has yet to meet her hero Eminem, revealed that she spoke to him 8 Mile Rapper on the phone.
“We didn’t get to meet, but we had a phone call that meant the world to me,” he said Board. “I haven’t shared it with the world yet, but I can’t wait until the world hears it. They gave me a lot of props that any artist would love to receive.”
He continued: “Sometimes, the best gem is the one you admire, which lets you know who you are. He told me, ‘You are that. You’re drunk.’ I’ve waited a decade to hear it. So it was special.”
Elsewhere at the VMAs, Harlow took the stage with Lil Nas X to perform their recent collaboration ‘Industry Baby.
For the set, Lil Nas X entered the stage with a full marching band behind him, before taking off his shirt and performing against the backdrop of a Montero prison. Harlow joined him on stage for his poem after breaking out of his prison cell. Shortly before completing the performance, the track changed to ‘Montero (Call Me By Your Name)’.
The performance comes days before the arrival of Lil Nas X’s debut album, ‘Montero’, on September 17th. The 15-track LP will include the title track, ‘Industry Baby’ and ‘Sun Goes Down’. In addition to Harlow, the tracklist also includes collaborations with Megan Thee Stallion, Elton John, Miley Cyrus and Doja Cat.
Meanwhile, Harlow explained why she stopped drinking in 2021, telling her fans that she hasn’t had a single sip all year.