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Jack Harlow Honors NBA Player With His Own Song “Tyler Herro”

by | Oct 22, 2020 | Music

Jack Harlow has dropped his newest track “Tyler Herro” in dedication to the Miami Heat player, who also pulled up for the dope visuals capturing the essence of growing up with big dreams. 

NBA’s Tyler Herro had an exciting rookie season. He made his appearance in this year’s NBA Finals, which ended with him being named him a breakout star of the 2020 NBA Playoffs. At the age of 20, he has quickly made a new for himself netting an impressive 37-points on Game 4. “Tyler Herro” is another boost to the already spectacular year he’s had. 

Rapper and Louisville native Jack Harlow is known for befriending key players in the sports industry. It’s no wonder he finally chose someone to bless with his music. His smooth raps run on a minimalistic range of instrumental beats dipping into topics such as loyalty, their hometowns, and basketball. 

While they hang out, throw around basketball shots, and recite lyrics like “My homeboy, Tyler, he play in South Beach/ He told me this summer he gon’ fix my jumper/ I told Boi-1da that we might got a thumper/ I been tryna pop, now I’m on like Shumpert,” they amp up themselves while showing love to the haters.

The excitement for this release is apparent. Jack Harlow didn’t even wait for Friday to drop the track, making the new music video for “Tyler Herro” available right in the middle of the day. What are your thoughts on the music video?

Now, with a full track named after him, Tyler Herro is off to finishing the year with a couple of new accomplishments to display! Check out the release on all streaming platforms!


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