Jack Harlow prepares a first musical collaboration with Doja Cat

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Jack Harlow and Doja Cat may soon be rocking the music world with a collaboration. While in Los Angeles to attend the Variety Hitmakers Brunch , the rapper lifted a corner of the veil on what he has in store for the future. Jack Harlow intends to do a song together with Doja Cat.

Jack Harlow talks about a collaboration project with Doja Cat

Over the weekend, Rapper Harlow appeared at Variety’s Hitmakers Brunch in downtown Los Angeles. Minutes before the event, an interviewer asked one of the most popular questions in music media: Who would Harlow want to collaborate with? Within seconds, the “Thats What They All Say” rapper had the perfect answer: Doja Cat, he replied. “  We would do a number one together . Doja, I know you know. Come on . The rapper added to the interviewer.

While Harlow and Doja Cat never went waxing together, it’s almost certain that anything they touch would be a success. Throughout 2020 and 2021, the two rappers have reached new heights and become two of the greatest groups of the modern era. It remains to be seen whether this collaboration is in the near future, or if it will take even a little longer than one might imagine. However, the great bond that prevailed between rappers Harlow and Lil Nas X during Doja’s birthday party last October, suggests that the cards had been played for a long time. And according to Harlow, that connection has all it takes to be a ton of success.

Jack Harlow awarded at Variety Hitmakers Brunch

Like many stars like Chloe Bailey, Lil Nas X, Pusha T, City Girls, Avril Lavigne, Olivia Rodrigo and Lana Del Rey, rapper Jack Harlow, 23 , was also honored, receiving  the Hitmaker’s award. of tomorrow . “  I think if you would take a picture of me on that stage, and show it to this kid, he’d be pretty blown away,  ” the “Way Out” rapper told the crowd.

“  To be honest, all the ingredients were there. It was a competition, and it brought out the competitor in me, which is a big part of the kind I’m in.  He then thanked all the books he read when he was younger for helping him to have a successful musical career.

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