Jack Harlow shares video for energetic new single ‘Tyler Herro’

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Jack Harlow shares video for energetic new single 'Tyler Herro'

Jack Harlow has shared a video for energetic new single ‘Tyler Herro’ – you possibly can watch it beneath.

Produced by Boi-1da and Scott Storch, the brand new monitor follows Harlow’s breakout hit single ‘What’s Poppin”, which continues to be some of the streamed songs of 2020.

The track’s video, which was directed by Ace Professional, sees the 22-year-old Louisville native capturing hoops with Miami Warmth rookie and breakout star Tyler Herro on the dwelling of L.A. Clippers participant Lou Williams.

Elsewhere within the video, Harlow compares his crew to ’90s boyband *NSYNC and introduces his rap group The Homies: Quiiso, Shloob, Ace Professional, 2forwOyNE and Ronnie Lucciano.

You’ll be able to watch the video beneath:

Harlow has had a busy yr, releasing his ‘Sweet Action’ EP in March and showing on tracks with G-Eazy, Saweetie, Bryson Tiller and lots of extra. He was additionally nominated for awards on the 2020 MTV Video Music Awards, 2020 BET Hip Hop Awards and 2020 E! Individuals’s Selection Awards.

The official remix for Harlow’s ‘What’s Poppin”, that includes Lil Wayne, DaBaby and Tory Lanez spent 14 straight weeks within the high 10 of the Billboard Scorching 100 within the US, peaking at Quantity Two.

In the meantime, DaBaby has revealed that he and Justin Bieber have recorded quite a few new tracks collectively.

On October 17, the ‘Find My Way’ hitmaker was requested by a fan on Twitter about the potential of him working with Bieber.

“@DaBabyDaBaby When will U and Justin Bieber collaborating on a song ? U guys will make history,” the fan tweeted.

DaBaby went on to disclose that he and JB have really already labored collectively, responding: “We got like 5 of em.” His tweet was accompanied by an emoji depicting a face holding a finger over its mouth insinuating to remain quiet.


Filmy Online

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