Jack Harlow has dropped off an accompanying music video for his EST Gee-assisted track, “Route 66.”
The visual was shot in Harlow’s home of Louisville, Kentucky and sees him driving around the city with friends. As he spends some time back home with familiar faces, he name drops fellow Louiseville native and current Atlanta Hawks player Rajon Rondo and celebrates his recent success.
“Route 66” is a cut from Harlow’s debut studio album That’s What They All Say, which he released in December 2020. The project debuted at No. 5 on the Billboard 200 — marking his first top 10 entry — and features guest appearances from the likes of Lil Baby, Big Sean, Maroon 5’s Adam Levine, Static Major, Bryson Tiller, DaBaby, Lil Wayne and more. “So this album, I tried to cover all my bases, and I tried not to have any songs identical to one another. I didn’t want two of a kind of anything. So I really showed a lot of range on here,” he said in a previous interview with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe. “I worked with a lot of producers. There’s a lot of flavors, but more than anything, I do believe this album is timeless. And I think it will timestamp this moment. And people are going to remember this album and live with it for years to come. So I’m excited about it.”
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