Jack Harlow Drops Boisterous New Single "Tyler Herro"

Jack Harlow has dropped a brand new track titled “Tyler Herro” with accompanying visuals. Harlow, who’s from Louisville, Kentucky, is referencing Miami Heat‘s NBA rookie Tyler Herro, who once played for the University of Kentucky’s team Kentucky Wildcats. The song is Harlow’s first single since the release of his highly successful track “What’s Poppin.”

Clocking in at roughly three minutes, the song is set in a bass-heavy midtempo groove that highlights Harlow’s catchy flows. The music video begins with a short scene of a young curly-haired child, who resembles Harlow, getting dropped off by his school bus and running towards his home through his suburban Louisville neighborhood. Next, the video cuts to sequences of Harlow enjoying his fame — shooting hoops with Tyler Herro, on a bed with two girls having a pillow fight, and on-set going through a wardrobe change. Harlow comes through with some notable lines too, like “My dawgs like to play Madden and 2K / But one thing they don’t do is play about me / My homeboy Tyler, he play in South Beach / He told me this summer he gon’ fix my jumper” and “I told Boi-1da that we might got a thumper / I been tryna pop, now I’m on like Shumpert / Now they on my bumper.”

Scroll above to watch Jack Harlow’s music video for his new track “Tyler Herro.”

For more from the Louisville native, check out the rapper’s $110K USD Private Garden championship rings.

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