Jack Harlow is back; the Louisville rapper has been rather quiet since dropping his impressive, under-the-radar Loose project back in 2018 that featured rap veterans K Camp and Cyhi the Prynce.
Assisted by fellow Louisville native Bryson Tiller, the two Kentucky kids find themselves skating around a rink to a bouncy new spin on Usher’s classic "U Don’t Have To Call." The Generation Now/Atlantic Records signee, Harlow delivered his first single in "Thru the Night" from his forthcoming, yet-to-be-titled project. Directed by Ace Pro and Nemo Achida, the video is shot at the notable Louisville landmark, Robben’s Roost Skating Rink.
Jack spoke on working with Bryson Tiller, saying, "Trapsoul came out my senior year, and that’s all we were listening to in the ‘Ville. I was riding around and playing that shit on repeat. He was the hottest thing going. I always dreamed of doing a song with him. Now that we got one, of course it means the world to me."
In addition to the release of “Thru the Night,” Jack announced “THE MISSION TOUR.” The 29-date tour kicks off October 18 in Chicago, IL, wrapping with a hometown show on November 29. General tickets go on sale this Friday, August 23 at 10 a.m. local time. Visit www.jackharlow.us for all tour information, including dates and tickets.