24 hours of green tea and existentialism in Los Angeles with Jack Harlow


Believe it or not, 23-year-old rapper Jack Harlow starts his day with green tea; “hottest”, to be precise. Once he’s taken the caffeine appropriately and is ready to welcome the world, it’s time to go out and see Los Angeles, but he hasn’t forgotten his Southern roots: “Being in Atlanta. taught me to improvise and to feel it. Here it’s a bit like: ‘Let’s take our time, let’s think about it, let’s be conceptual.’ “

The southernmost thing about Harlow? “My soul,” he says, and he’s not that much of a fan of the flashy West Coast materialism, even though “the girls try to give me little stones to carry in my backpack. “. That’s the curse of being one of the hottest young rappers right now, but Harlow won’t let it go to his head. He’s big on privacy, in that he wasn’t even sure to let Vogue join him for 24 hours: “I don’t want you to see inside my room.

As his car rolls through the winding streets of Los Angeles, Harlow ponders everything from God to the protest: “This shit is real. Perhaps Harlow’s life, which is marked largely by touring and performing these days, is proof of that. He’s still scared to perform in an empty hall, but now he’s embarking on a sold-out tour, and the only way to keep it all together is to spend a lot of time rehearsing and recording (and keeping good friends for. the path).

Directed by: Rom Bokobza

Director of Photography: Stephen Tringali

Publisher: Matthew Colby

Producer: Naomi Nishi

Cameraman: Brett Graybill

Sound: Vic Carrillo

Production assistants: Eric Bittencourt and Josh Crowe

Production manager: Emily Yates

Entertainment Director, Vogue: Sergio Kletnoy

Post-production manager: Marco Glinbizzi

Special thanks: Sunset Marquis Hotel and Paramount Recording Studios

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