Each Jack Harlow and Tyler Herro got here into 2020 as extremely touted prospects however had been nonetheless showered with skepticism. Flash ahead, and Herro proved himself on the court docket with a torrid playoff run, whereas Harlow racked up hit singles. So, it is solely proper that these rising stars solidified their reference to a tune and music video.
On Thursday, Harlow dropped stated single, “Tyler Herro,” clearly named after the Miami Warmth sharpshooter. The tune is laced with an instrumental produced by Boi-1da and Scott Storch, a beat that provides off a celebratory really feel that mirrors the accolades Herro and Harlow amassed throughout their rookie seasons.
“My homeboy Tyler, he play in South Seaside,” Harlow raps. “He informed me this Summer season he gone repair my jumper/I informed Boi-1da that we’d received a thumper/I been attempting to pop, now I’m on like Shumpert.”
Harlow actually solidified himself as a drive to be reckoned with by his smash single “What’s Poppin’.” Together with going three-times platinum, the observe additionally caught the eye of GOATs like Lil Wayne, who determined to hop on the remix.
Whereas Harlow was making an impression within the rap recreation, Herro was hitting the bottom operating in South Seaside. The Warmth grew to become the shock of the bubble after they made it to the NBA Finals, pushing LeBron and the Lakers to 6 video games. Though Herro dropped 37 factors within the Japanese Convention Finals to assist get Miami to the championship collection, he had already made a reputation for himself as a assured shooter earlier than being quarantined in Orlando.
Each Harlow and Herro are dripping with charisma, which is evident in the music video for “Tyler Herro” which options appearances from Druski and was filmed at Lou Williams’ dwelling in Atlanta.
Watch the video for Jack Harlow’s “Tyler Herro” above.