Jack Harlow has officially released his latest music video for Churchill Downs, alongside the one and only Drizzy. Harlow and Drake (amongst the rest of their squad) were spotted at the Kentucky Derby last month, making headlines for their dope outfits and deep pockets. Harlow also received mixed messages from the Internet after having two security guards carry him over mud not to get his shoes dirty. But it was also at the iconic Kentucky Derby where Harlow and Drake filmed the music video for Churchill Downs...
Harlow recently dropped his second album, Come Home the Kids Miss You, and the people are loving it. The young rapper has made waves in the rap community, TikTok community, and basically everywhere. From First Class, where he sampled a snippet of Fergie's iconic song Glamorous, to his song titled Dua Lipa, after, well, you know, Dua Lipa, Harlow has marked himself known in the music industry. So, to see Harlow team up with one of the greatest rappers of all time was a big deal.
In Harlow's love letter to Louisville, the rapper pays homage to his hometown of Louisville, Kentucky. Churchill Downs captures the two rappers eagerly placing bets over their preferred racehorses for the day. The simple music video shifts from the enthusiastic crowd on the sidelines to each rapper doing their thing. Harlow later added that he bet on the same horse as Drake, where he then lost "a lot of money."
In a viral clip of Drake, the rapper shared how ecstatic he was to be a part of the young artist's music. "I just had to show up. I'm so proud of this guy," he said of Harlow. "And we're drunk." Drake then explained that Harlow was actually sober, and he was "drunk." Got it. The First Class singer later opened up in an interview with The Breakfast Club on working with the 6 God. "The moment he did it. He went stupid… I feel like that's one of my best verses. But he went so crazy that I was like, 'Yo, I'm gonna have to add bars, or everyone's gonna say he bodied me on my s***," he laughed. Get ready to catch Harlow live in action when he hits the road this Fall for the Come Home the Kids Miss You tour. Until then, stay tuned.