Rapper Jack Harlow is all about priorities. The 24-year-old said he quit drinking last year because he wanted to focus on his future.

In a cover story interview for the latest issue of Rolling Stone, the "Nail Tech" rapper opened up about various topics, including sobriety and the release of his new album. Harlow told the outlet that he decided to give up on drinking not because he had a problem, but because he wanted to keep his priorities aligned.

"I'm sick of waking up with a dry throat, sick of feeling bloated, I'm sick of the decisions I make on it. I'm in my well-oiled-machine era. Because I can see my future right in front of me. And I feel there are so many people counting on me outside of myself," he said.

"I just feel like I'm a man. I don't feel like I need to do boyish things anymore," he added.

This is not the first time the rapper has opened up about his journey toward sobriety. In August 2021, Harlow took to Instagram to share why he stopped drinking alcohol last year and how he realized he doesn't "need it."

"Haven't had a single sip of alcohol in 2021. Going the rest of the year without it. Maybe I'll never take another sip, who knows?" the "What's Poppin" rapper wrote. "My favorite vice was definitely drinking (I don't like to smoke) but if I learned anything this year it's that I don't need it."

"I don't usually say a lot in my captions because it feels like anything worth telling y'all I should just put in my songs…but today felt like a good time for a life update," he added.

The musician continued by saying that he's "grateful" for the place he's in today and thanked his fans. "I'm really grateful for how far we've come and I want you to know I appreciate all of you," he wrote. "But I'm hungrier right now than I've ever been."

Harlow concluded his post by revealing that he is "prepared to become a well-oiled machine to take this shit to the next level. See you soon."

The musician's follow-up to 2020's "That's What They All Say" is titled "Come Home the Kids Miss You" and will be out May 6.

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