Jack Harlow Shares Video For New Song ‘Denver’
Jack Harlow returns with the cinematic visual for his new song Denver, lifted from his acclaimed third studio album, Jackman.
Directed by Eliel Ford, the visual was filmed in Denver, Colorado and is the third music video from Jackman, following the release of Gang Gang Gang and They Don’t Love It, both of which were filmed in Louisville, Kentucky & directed by Ford.
In the wistful video, Harlow prowls the stage at Five Points venue Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom, gazes meaningfully from his downtown hotel-room window, visits Shotgun Willie’s strip club, cruises East Colfax Avenue, and posts up in a Good Times parking lot in Capitol Hill. You can watch the Denver video below.
Earlier this month, the Kentucky-native announced the first-of-its-kind, No Place Like Home: The Kentucky Tour. Produced by Live Nation and Production Simple, the Kentucky superstar will take his third annual hometown shows to a new level with an exclusive six-city tour, with stops across Kentucky. The tour will kick off on Friday, November 24th at Owensboro Sports Center in Owensboro and will wrap up in Lexington at Rupp Arena on Sunday, December 3.
Announced only days prior, Jackman was released in late April and received immediate praise from critics and fans alike. On the heels of the release of Jackman, Harlow was also honoured with a ‘Hometown Heroes’ banner in Louisville, KY. He also made his acting debut as the lead role in the remake of the cultural classic White Men Can’t Jump.
The 25-year-old superstar has also officially launched The Jack Harlow Foundation, which will serve as the Louisville, KY native’s primary philanthropic vehicle to reinvest, uplift and support organizations aiming to make the city that raised him a better place.