Kentucky, stand up! Jack Harlow is what’s poppin’. The rising star returns with a new single and music video “Tyler Herro.”
Following the chart-topping “WHATS POPPIN” Harlow taps Scott Storch and Boi-1da for an instant banger entitled “Tyler Herro”. With additional production from Neenyo and Jahaan Sweet, the track pays homage to the Miami Heat rookie, who once played college basketball for the Kentucky Wildcats.
The flute driven production is easily loopable. On “Tyler Herro”, Jack Harlow remains true to his flow floating over the track effortlessly. A strong cadence, wordplay, storytelling, and fire production make for a solid track. Harlow trades bars against his envious peers and critics alike.
“The ones that hate me the most look just like me / You tell me what that means / Make a slick comment and see what that brings”
The music video, shot by Ace Pro, was filmed in Atlanta at the home of Clippers star Lou Williams. Tyler Herro himself makes an appearance. What’s undeniable and outwardly visible is the diverse group of people in the video. Jack Harlow’s music manages to encapsulate the experience of a generation, not a race, of people.
Jack Harlow, Director Ace Pro, and namesake Tyler Herro | Source