Lovin on Me
Lovin on Me

Jack Harlow - Lovin on Me Lyrics

This lyrical composition explores the dynamics of romantic relationships, power play, and individuality. The protagonist, a young man, asserts his aversion to being dominated or controlled in relationships with phrases like "I don't like no whips and chains,"… Read more

Nov 10, 2023
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Lovin on Me Lyrics

I don't like no whips and chains, and you can't tie me down
But you can whip your lovin' on me, baby
Whip your lovin' on me, baby

I'm vanilla, baby, I'll choke you (I don't like no whips and chains)
But I ain't no killer, baby (and you can't tie me down)
She twenty-eight, tellin' me I'm still a baby (but you can whip your lovin' on me, baby)
I get love from Detroit like Skilla Baby (whip your lovin' on me, baby)
And the thing about your boy is
I don't like no whips and chains, and you can't tie me down
But you can whip your lovin' on me, baby (that's right, that's right)
Whip your lovin' on me, baby

Young J-A-C-K, AKA Rico, like Suave, Young Enrique
Speakin' of AKA, she's a alpha
But not around your boy, she get quiet 'round your boy, hold on (shh)
Don't know what you heard or what you thought about your boy
But they lied about your boy, goin' dumb and it's some' idiotic 'bout your boy
She wearin' cheetah print, that's how bad she wanna be spotted 'round your boy

I don't like no whips and chains, and you can't tie me down
But you can whip your lovin' on me, baby
Whip your lovin' on me

I'm vanilla, baby, I'll choke you (I don't like no whips and chains)
But I ain't no killer, baby (and you can't tie me down)
She twenty-eight, tellin' me I'm still a baby (but you can whip your lovin' on me, baby)
I get love from Detroit like Skilla Baby (whip your lovin' on me, baby)
And the thing about your boy is
I don't like no whips and chains, and you can't tie me down
But you can whip your lovin' on me, baby
Whip your lovin' on me, baby

Young M-I-S-S-I-O-N-A-R-Y
You sharp like barbed wire
She stole my heart, then she got archived
I keep it short with a bitch, Lord Farquaad
All the girls in the front row, ayy
All the girls in the barricade, ayy
All the girls that been waitin' all day, let your tongue hang out
Fuck everything, ayy
If you came with a man (yeah, yeah)
Let go of his hand (let go of this shit)
Everybody in the suite, kickin' up they feet
Stand up, bitch, dance

I don't like no whips and chains (I see you)
And you can't tie me down (and all the guys in the back waitin' for the next track)
But you can whip your lovin' on me, baby (cut your boy a slack)
Whip your lovin' on me (it's young Jack)

I'm vanilla, baby, I'll choke you (I don't like no whips and chains)
But I ain't no killer, baby (and you can't tie me down)
She twenty-eight, tellin' me I'm still a baby (but you can whip your lovin' on me, baby)
I get love from Detroit like Skilla Baby (whip your lovin' on me, baby)
And the thing about your boy is
I don't like no whips and chains, and you can't tie me down
But you can whip your lovin' on me, baby (that's right, that's right)
Whip your lovin' on me, baby
I don't like no whips and chains, and you can't tie me down
But you can whip your lovin' on me, baby
Whip your lovin' on me, baby

Writer(s): Delbert M. Greer, Jack Harlow, Nickie Jon Pabon, Nik Frascona, Ozan Yildirim, Reginald Nelton, Sean Aaron Momberger
Copyright(s): Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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What is the Meaning of Lovin on Me?

This lyrical composition explores the dynamics of romantic relationships, power play, and individuality. The protagonist, a young man, asserts his aversion to being dominated or controlled in relationships with phrases like "I don't like no whips and chains," and "you can't tie me down." However, he welcomes the emotional connection and affection from his partner as indicated by "whip your lovin' on me." The song also delves into the artist's struggle with maturity and identity as he navigates his romantic affairs. He uses metaphors such as being called a baby by an older woman to illustrate this. Furthermore, there is a sense of pride in his uniqueness which is evident in lines like "they lied about your boy." Ultimately, it's a narrative about maintaining one's independence while embracing love and affection.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Who produced the track 'Lovin on Me' by Jack Harlow?

    The track was produced by Detroit producer Sean Momberger and Swiss beatmaker Ozan 'Oz' Yildirim. German producer Nik D, who is part of Oz's team, and Harlow's recording engineer Nickie Jon Paboìn also get credits.

  2. When was the song 'Lovin on Me' first teased and released?

    Jack Harlow first teased 'Lovin on Me' on social media in October 2023. After a snippet of the song went viral on TikTok, fans urged the rapper to release the full song. He obliged, dropping it through Generation Now and Atlantic on November 10, 2023.

  3. How well did 'Lovin On Me' perform on music charts?

    'Lovin On Me' gave Jack Harlow his first #1 hit on the UK Official Singles Chart. It also climbed to #1 on the Hot 100 dated December 2, 2023. It became Harlow's third leader on this chart.

  4. What is significant about the production of 'Lovin On Me'?

    'First Class' and 'Lovin On Me' share a common recipe in their production: a rhythmic sample takes center stage, Harlow drops some flex-singing on the hook, then he loads up his verses with steamy innuendos.

  5. What is the original source of the hook used in 'Lovin On Me'?

    The hook in 'Lovin On Me' was taken from R&B singer Cadillac Dale's 1995 song 'Whatever (Bass Soliloquy)'. Sean Momberger did the original production and added some beats with help from co-producer Oz.

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