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Multiple Grammy-nominated rapper Jack Harlow returns with the cinematic visual for “Gang Gang Gang,” from his acclaimed third studio album entitled “Jackman.,” released in late April.

The Eliel Ford-directed visual was filmed in Harlow’s hometown of Louisville, KY and is the second music video from “Jackman.,” following the release of “They Don’t Love It,” which was also filmed in Louisville.

The track tells a story familiar to those who released themselves from the grips of small hometowns, only to return to something unchanged on the surface but deeply different.

“My friend pulled me to the side like, ‘Did you hear about Marcus?’” Harlow raps, “‘A bunch of girls say he raped ’em in the back of some Target.’”

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 honored 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.”

Press play and watch the “Gang Gang Gang” video below.

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