Jack Harlow Unveils “Denver” Music Video from the ‘Jackman.’ Project

Date 2023-10-12

Category Foreign Music, Lyrics, Music Video, New Music

Jack Harlow off the ‘Jackman.’ project unveils the “Denver” song and its music video. The piece of music was produced by FNZ & Angel López). Listen, stream, read the lyrics, buy the track, mp3 download.

Jack Harlow surprised fans with the release of his eighth project, “Jackman,” four months ago. This album marked a departure from his recent work, presenting a more raw and introspective side of the Louisville, Kentucky native. With just 10 tracks and a runtime of 25 minutes, “Jackman” delved into themes such as white privilege, race relations, the harsh realities of fame, and the sometimes painful truths about those closest to us.

Despite not achieving the commercial success of his previous efforts like “Come Home The Kids Miss You” and “That’s What They All Say,” “Jackman” found a devoted audience who appreciated Harlow’s newfound vulnerability and honesty. One song that embodies these qualities is “Denver.”

Jack Harlow recently released the music video for “Denver,” and it’s visually captivating. The video was shot in the city that inspired the song’s title, and it captures Harlow’s journey as he escapes the hustle and bustle of urban life. He takes viewers on a drive through scenic roads that eventually lead to the hillside and mountains of Denver. The video perfectly complements the song’s lyrics, which revolve around finding solace and tranquility away from the noise of everyday life.

Adding to the video’s allure, Denver Nuggets star point guard and 2023 NBA champion Jamal Murray makes a cameo appearance, engaging in a conversation with the rapper. This video not only enhances the song’s meaning but also provides a visual journey that allows viewers to experience the themes of “Denver” more deeply. Jack Harlow’s willingness to explore new creative territory continues to engage and resonate with his fans.

Jack Harlow – Denver (prod. FNZ & Angel López)

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28 April 2023
1 Song, 2 minutes
℗ 2023 Generation Now/Atlantic Recording Corporation.

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Wonder, oh, why this ever had to be? (Uh-huh)
So many losing hope in those dreams that they—

[Verse 1]
Walkin’ past the homeless in a Rolex
Just got off the stage on the TODAY Show and I basically felt soulless
Years go by and I keep saying I’m gon’ use my phone less
But I should just be phone-less
Ignorance is bliss and so is bein’ underground
‘Cause it was fun when we were known less
Sorry, that’s cliche, I know I’m so blessed
But Jason keeps on tellin’ me, “Say yes”
And truth be told, I know he knows best
But I don’t wanna do no press
I’ve seen enough of me on this lil’ screen
I’ve become so vain and insecure ’bout everything
I feel all this pressure to live up to what they tell me I’m gon’ be
So I isolate myself, you can’t help me, it’s on me
I’m hidin’ any sign of weakness from my guys
I don’t want ’em second-guessin’ with me
Nemo said to keep my foot on necks ’cause I can’t let ’em just forget me
But the brags in my raps are getting less and less convincing
So I’d rather just (Wonder)

Oh, why this ever had to be?
So many losing hope in those dreams that they—

[Verse 2]
I wrote that first verse in Denver back in September
It’s January now and I’m feelin’ like myself again
I got Angel back in here, I need his help again
I’m takin’ time away but wonderin’ what a healthy helping is
Fuck it, they gon’ check for me, I tell myself and tell my friends
Avoidin’ any talks about the elephant
Chalkin’ up the hate to jealousy and just embellishments
But deep down, I find myself wonderin’
If the people that write about me are right about me
And I wonder if my exes are oversharin’ ’cause they know a lot about me
I’m a long way from Shelby County
I been through some local tension, heard talks of a healthy bounty
Sober and focused, I cannot walk down no deli alleys
I still got the fellas ’round me, I love ’em and tell ’em proudly
My mama needs help adjusting, my father needs help accounting
I’m lookin’ out heaven’s window, I know that there’s hell around me and—

Wonder, oh, why this ever had to be?
So many losing hope in those dreams that they—


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