Brandy has delivered on her promise to “murk” Jack Harlow on one of his own beats with the release of her “First Class” freestyle.
Brandy Drops Freestyle Over Jack Harlow's ‘First Class’
R&B singer and Grammy Award Winner Brandy has released a freestyle over Jack Harlow's "First Class" single where she appears to take some shots at the Generation Now rapper.
On Wednesday (May 25), Brandy comes through with a freestyle to “First Class,” inspired by an interview Jack Harlow did with Hot 97 in which he admitted that he didn’t know that Brandy and Ray J were siblings.
Hot 97's Ebro in the Morning debuted a new track from Brandy titled "First Class (Freestyle)."
"That don't mean jack in the streets/Jack of all trades, now I'm here jacking for beats/Queen's cancelled but you can never cancel a queen," she spits.
Two weeks ago, Brandy initially responded to Harlow’s comments on Twitter, warning she would take on the Kentucky rapper using his own beats.
“I will murk this dude in rap at 43 on his own beats and then sing is ass to sleep,” Brandy said.