Jack Harlow launched into the era of his next project with a collab he'll never forget. The 21-year-old connected with fellow Louisville native Bryson Tiller, an idol of Harlow's growing up, for the groovy "Thru the Night." An accompanying Louisville tribute visual also arrived with the single on Wednesday (Aug. 21), which finds the duo enjoying a night out at the roller rink.
The clip is shot at famed 'Ville staple Robben's Roost Skating Rink. Harlow described the energetic video, which was directed by Ace Pro and Nemo Achida, as a "party on camera." Before bringing the video to a close, the scene switches to Jack rhyming over a bouncier beat outside of the rink, a testiment to his versatility and what's to come with his next project.
"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," the Atlantic Records signee told Billboard. "Now that we got one, of course it means the world to me."
Harlow heads out on The Mission Tour in October. Watch the "Thru the Night" video below.