Brandy did not come to play!
The sensational singer-songwriter, whose distinctive sound earned her the title “the Vocal Bible,” recently fired shots at the young rapper Jack Harlow.
The R&B icon reminded the world of her Queen status in the music industry by performing an epic rendition of Harlow’s hit song, “First Class.”
Brandy Wipes The Floor With Jack Harlow As She Drops Playful Freestyle
The ongoing drama between Harlow and Brandy just got intense as the “Moesha” star released a rapid-fire freestyle of the young rapper’s latest song, “First Class.”
Taking to Twitter, PopCrave shared a clip of the 43-year-old’s amazing remix, which ironically debuted on the same show that started the playful feud, Hot 97’s “Ebro in the Morning.”
The award-winning songstress did not hold back as she abandoned her signature high vocals to spit bars at Harlow, out-rapping the 24-year-old on his own song.
In her ingenious cover, Brandy talks about her achievements, describing herself as “world-famous, one of the greatest, and a living legend.”
While boasting about her legacy, the Soul Train Music Lady of Soul Award winner cleverly inputted Harlow’s name into the lyrics by saying:
“The game need a breath of fresh air, and I’m breathtaking. Painting pictures, Cinderella scriptures, but that don’t mean jack in the streets / Jack of all trades, now I’m here jacking for beats.”
The “I Do It for You” singer also addressed the cancellation of her ABC series “Queens,” noting that she remained a true queen without the show.
The McComb native also joked about her brother Ray J’s latest business venture by stating she was built tougher than the rapper’s “indestructible glasses.”
Brandy drops freestyle over Jack Harlow’s “First Class.” https://t.co/uLaerALl5v
— Pop Crave (@PopCrave) May 25, 2022
Later on in the track, the Grammy winner stated that she remained a hot topic for over 20 years, and at 43, she still felt like a kid with millions of people watching her.
Her lyrical flow continued with another set of witty jabs at Harlow, this time the sensational singer using his single “What’s Poppin.” The entertainer rapped:
“Popular, but now I’m poppin’ s–t for those out of pocket/ I went diamond/ Guess I’m still a gold mine shinin’/ This Black excellence at its finest/ Don’t call me Brandy no more, call me Your Highness.”
The “Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella” star’s track responded to the Kentucky-born rapper’s viral interview on the Hot 97 radio show.
As revealed by The Blast, the Billboard chart-topper could not identify Brandy’s 1998 hit song “Angel in Disguise” and failed to recognize the icon as Ray J’s older sister.
The actress became aware of the situation after a fan account posted a clip of the moment on Twitter, to which the songwriter responded with a promise to “murk” Harlow in rap and “sing his ass to sleep.”
True to her word, the “Missing You” artist effortlessly delivered her cover of “First Class,” and fans could not help but sing the Black Queen’s praises.
One fan wondered how the older entertainer could easily “outrap” the song’s owner, a popular sentiment other Brandy admirers shared.
A fourth Twitter user pointed out that the 24-year-old did not stand a chance against the songstress, whose rap career began before the Grammy nominee went through puberty.
The “Nail Tech” Rapper Got Slammed For A Controversial Video
Earlier this month, The Blast reported that the “WARSAW” rapper stirred up a storm on social media following his controversial actions at the annual Kentucky Derby event.
The Louisville native sparked adverse reactions after the organization’s page shared a video of the artist being carried by members of his security team, two black men.
Rocking an all-white suit, Harlow requested to be held up so his shoes would not get ruined by the muddy ground. However, this action did not sit well with fans.
Taking to Twitter, many people criticized the “Luv Is Dro” rapper for choosing to be carried instead of using shoe coverings or wearing an outfit suited for the weather.
On the other hand, some fans described his actions as being supremacist, comparing the 24-year-old to the slave traders of the past.