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Tyler Herro by Jack Harlow

Jack Harlow brings on his unpredictable sleek flows and raw individuality on his new track, “Tyler Herro” named after the wildcat NBA baller, Herro

“Tyler Herro” is a short yet intense rap, filled with smooth bars, easily one of Harlow’s finest tracks. Harlow has initially teased his fans about this track, which he later dropped with a music video. 

Tyler Herro” was dropped on all streaming platforms and the track quickly garnered over 250,000 views on YouTube within the first 2 hours. Herro himself made a few cameos on the video. Harlow gave him a shoutout on the song as the duo appeared in the video shooting hoops on the basketball court. 

Tyler Herro” was quick to become one of the top bromance songs to come out of 2020; “ My homeboy Tyler, he plays in South Beach

He told me this summer he gon’ fix my jumper

I told Boi-1da that we might get a thumper

I have been tryna pop, now I’m on like Shumpert” 

One of the most memorable goofy lines from the track is “I brought a gang to the party with me/Five white boys, but they not *NSYNC”.

Generally, it’s been a busy year for Harlow. He released his EP, Sweet Action’ in March, with guest features from Bryson Tiller, G-Eazy, Saweetie, and many others. Harlow rose to popularity when he dropped the original remix for his single, ‘What’s Popping’ featuring DaBaby, Lil Wayne, and Tory Lanez. The single peaked at Number 2 on Billboard Hot 100 in the US. 

He got several nominations, including the 2020 MTV Video Music Awards, 2020 BET Hip Hop Awards, and 2020 E! People’s Choice Awards.

With Harlow’s  latest release, he continues to have an amazing year of hits. He is confident and has an awesome production to his advantage. 

Watch Tyler Herro video HERO

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