Jack Harlow is having a breakout season in 2020, all thanks to the success of the solitary, “What’s Poppin.”
The only has been anywhere from ESPN into the NBA finals, and the album is doing exceptionally well at radio stations throughout the nation. Plus, just when you thought the song could not get any larger, Jack published the remix to the single containing DaBaby, Lil Wayne, also Tory Lanez. The remix burst the tune shore to shore and despite a closed down looming, Jack managed to pull off a video to the track, too.
Now, he is back with his followup to this huge record, hoping to grab a much larger wave. The tune is titled “Tyler Herro,” and it is named after the Miami Heat beginner ) Tyler Herro has always had a buzz surrounding himbut his performance from the 2020 NBA Finals blew him up much more. Herro along with also the Heat were the underdogs confronting LeBron James, together with all the Heat setting up a better fight than anyone might have envisioned.
Herro looks from the video together Jack Harlow and Druski, who makes an appearance following his cameo at Drake’s “Laugh Now, Cry Later” video. You can observe Jack’s hilarious video for “Tyler Herro” below.