Up and coming rapper Jack Harlow has just released his official music video for his ‘What’s Poppin’ remix. The song and video features Lil Wayne, DaBaby and Tory Lanez. In addition to the star-studded cast, the Louisville rapper also showcases a new verse for the song.
Riding off the success of his hit ‘What’s Poppin,’ Jack Harlow drops off the official visualizer for the remix.
The Louisville rapper enlisted a star-studded lineup for the assist, featuring DaBaby, Tory Lanez and Lil Wayne. The official visualizer features each artist rapping with select words from their rhymes appearing around them in a creative animated presentation which was created by Francis Thomasovich.
After expressing his frustration with his label, Tory Lanez is now a free man and celebrates the occasion by dropping the third installment in his The New Toronto mixtape series with The New Toronto 3.
TNT 3 packs a powerful punch as the 16-track arsenal leaves more than enough room to display Tory’s versatile style. There aren’t that many guest appearances with only Mansa and Lil Tjay being noteworthy artist featured which gives the Toronto artist plenty of room to stretch his legs on each song.
It’s crazy to think that . I drop my LAST mixtape / project with INTERSCOPE on FRIDAY … AND IM OFF THE LABEL … LITERALLY A FREE MAN !!!! FREE TO DO AND DROP THE MUSIC THAT I WANT .. . 😈😈😈😈😈😈😈😈😈😈😈😈 #TheNewToronto3 will be the first taste of what’s to come
Lanez announced in February of this year that his deal with Interscope was coming to an end with The New Toronto 3. According to Lanez, the deal in question was for 5 albums and the Canadian musician far surpassed that by producing 12 projects which included mixtapes.
I haven’t dropped the music that I REALLY wanted to for the last 4 years. I just freestyle’d sh*t and songs that WOULD GET YOU BY , up [until] i said f*ck it. I gotta atleast go 60% or they gone start thinking I’m super trash then boom “CHIXTAPE 5” but this should be fun tho.
Tory Lanez, Twitter
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