The Eliel Ford-directed 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 and directed by Ford.
Harlow raps about Denver as a place to chill and find himself, and perhaps conflates the sense of isolation he finds in the mountains with the city.
“I wrote that first verse in Denver, back in September. It’s January now and I’m feeling like myself again,” he raps, just before clowning with Denver Nuggets MVP Jamal Murray on the roof of a downtown Denver building.
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, Harlow will take his 3rd annual hometown shows to a new level with an exclusive 6-city tour, with stops across Kentucky.
The tour will kick off on Friday (November 24) at Owensboro Sports Center in Owensboro and will wrap up in Lexington at Rupp Arena on Sunday (December 3).