Jack Harlow And Miami Heat Rookie Address Their Outsider Status In The ‘Tyler Herro’ Video

Jack Harlow is continuing to celebrate his breakout year by turning his focus to another breakout star. Following a slew of collaborative singles, Harlow linked up with Miami Heat rookie Tyler Herro to address their outsider status in a new song.

For the video accompanying the single “Tyler Herro,” Harlow called on the basketball player to make a cameo. The visual follows Harlow on a day of press photos before he hits the court to shoot some hoops with Herro himself. “My dogs like to play Madden and 2K / But one they don’t do is play about me / My homeboy Tyler, he play in South Beach,” Harlow raps.

Harlow’s “Tyler Herro” video arrives following a big year for the rapper. Not only did Harlow’s song “What’s Poppin’” earn him a top ten slot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, but the rapper was also named a part of this year’s XXL Freshman Class. “What’s Poppin'” also caught the attention of several other big-name musicians. Justin Bieber lent his own verse on an unofficial remix of Harlow’s breakout song and Joyner Lucas co-opted the beat to serve up his interpretation of the track in another remix.

Watch the “Tyler Herro” video above and our lyrics video below.

Jack Harlow is an Warner Music artist. Uproxx is an independent subsidiary of Warner Music Group.