It seems like every single time Jack Harlow does anything, it immediately goes viral on social media.

Over the weekend, a video of him getting carried by two members of his security in order to keep his shoes clean spread like wildfire across Twitter and TikTok, and the week before, a clip of YouTube star Emma Chamberlain interviewing the rapper at the Met Gala took the internet by storm.

It is clear that the internet has a crush on the rapper, and it won't go away anytime soon – especially considering his new album Come Home The Kids Miss You has just dropped.

One of the features on the record is none other than Drake, who has also shown Harlow a lot of love over the past few months.

He is featured on the track "Churchill Downs," which has been one of the most well-received songs off the album, based on social media's reactions. It comes as no surprise, considering how many Drake stans there are out there.

But, Jack Harlow has been praised by other rappers, too. He was featured on DONDA 2, with Kanye himself giving Harlow plenty of credit, saying that he's one of "the top 5 artists right now."

However, plenty of people are also comparing Harlow to Drake, as well as Mac Miller, and claim he's simply just stealing Drake's flow and that he's a discounted version of  Miller. Regardless, his album is receiving plenty of listens, and it is clear that Drake doesn't mind being an influence and inspiration.

Drake and Jack Harlow's friendship is something that the internet just can't get enough of. Ever since a video of the two from Turks and Caicos went viral, showing Drake DJing and Harlow lingering behind him (waiting for a kiss, according to Twitter), there have been countless of viral moments from the two, that have also resulted in a lot of people shipping the two.

Recently, the two pulled up to the Kentucky Derby together, and seemed to have an excellent time.

Photos of the two hugging, taking selfies, and more have already gone viral, and the two are pretty much best friend goals. It feels long overdue that Drake would find. a friend who is just as corny as him, which is why the two are a match made in heaven.

Hopefully, the friendship results in plenty of music. We all know that they're both capable of creating some absolute bangers, and we'd love to get a few more this year.

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