Jack Harlow Transports Back To The ’70s For ‘SNL’ Performance

Jack Harlow took it back to the 1970s during one of his performances on Saturday Night Live this weekend, where he pulled double duty as both host and musical guest.

Rocking a white suit — similar to that of John Travolta’s in the 1977 movie Saturday Night Fever — and matching wool scarf, Harlow delivered a tranquil rendition of “Lil Secret” under a glistening disco ball on Saturday night’s episode of the late night sketch show (October 29).

Midway through the performance, the track switched to Harlow’s chart-topping smash hit “First Class,” which came with a slight set change including an illuminated dance floor appearing under the Kentucky rapper’s feet. He was also accompanied by a band and a pair of dancers.

Harlow’s second performance of the night saw him take on “State Fair,” the closing track from his most recent album, Come Home the Kids Miss You — which the previous two tracks he performed are also featured.

More stripped-back than his other performance, Harlow, wearing a green sweatsuit ensemble and sleeveless black puffer jacket, delivered the track solo on a darkened stage while two spotlights changed colour throughout the entirety of the song.

Check out Harlow’s SNL performances below:

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Outside of music, Harlow is set to make his big screen debut in an upcoming remake of the classic 1992 basketball film White Men Can’t Jump.

The 24-year-old is playing the role of Billy Hoyle, which was originally helmed by Woody Harrelson in the 1992 original. Opposite Harlow, Sinqua Walls will be slotted into Wesley Snipes’ Sidney Deane role.

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In June, TMZ got its hands on a clip of the rapper walking around the set. Harlow looked calm as usual, sporting a white long sleeve, colorful patterned shorts with socks and sandals.

Meanwhile, Jack Harlow provided some intimate details about his private life last month at a concert in Nashville.

“I lost my virginity when I was 16,” he told the crowd. “I always tell people I lost it twice because when I was 18 and I graduated high school, some how, some way, I landed this dime piece who was five or six years older than me.”

He continued: “She was like 23, 24 — it blew my mind because Nashville, you have to understand, at that point I’d only fuck with girls I’ve seen in the halls.”

Jack Harlow explained because this moment was just a “little too big,” he felt like he lost his virginity all over again.

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