Jack Harlow shares ‘Denver’ video

The clip was filmed in Denver

Multiple Grammy-nominated rapper/actor/entrepreneur/philanthropist Jack Harlow returns with the cinematic visual for “Denver,” from his acclaimed third studio album, Jackman. The Eliel Ford-directed visual was filmed in Denver, Colorado and is the third music video from the project, following the release of “Gang Gang Gang” and “They Don’t Love It,” both of which were filmed in Louisville, Kentucky and directed by Ford.

Earlier this month, the Kentucky native announced the first-of-its-kind, No Place Like Home: The Kentucky Tour. Produced by Live Nation and Production Simple, the Kentucky superstar will take his third annual hometown show to a new level with an exclusive six-city tour, with stops across Kentucky. The tour will kick off on Friday, November 24th at Owensboro Sports Center in Owensboro and will wrap up in Lexington at Rupp Arena on Sunday, December 3rd.

In April, Harlow released his third studio album, Jackman, and was honored in his hometown of Louisville with a Hometown Heroes banner. Jackman was the rap superstar’s first No. 1 debut on Billboard’s Top Rap charts and his third consecutive Top 10 debut on the Top 200 Albums chart.

Harlow launched The Jack Harlow Foundation which serves as his primary philanthropic vehicle to reinvest, uplift and support organizations aiming to make the city that raised him a better place. In conjunction with the official launch, The Jack Harlow Foundation gifted four Kentucky-based organizations who are actively working to make their community a better place — Adelante Hispanic Achievers, Centro Latino, Russell: A Place of Promise, and Sponsor4Success.

In the spring, he made his acting debut, starring in the remake of the cultural classic, White Men Can’t Jump.

In December 2020, Harlow released his critically acclaimed, RIAA Platinum certified debut album, That’s What They All Say, which featured the chart-topping, 8x Platinum worldwide hit, “What’s Poppin’,” which earned him his first Grammy nomination for Best Rap Performance, along with a wide array of other award nominations.

The Generation Now/Atlantic Records rap superstar reached even greater heights in May 2022, with his Gold-certified sophomore album, Come Home The Kids Miss You, highlighted by the bombastic Platinum-certified lead single “Nail Tech” and the chart-topping, multiple-Grammy-nominated, 2x Platinum single “First Class,” which made a spectacular debut at atop the Billboard Hot 100, marking his first solo No. 1 single, while earning the biggest streaming week of 2022.

Buddy Iahn
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