Jack Harlow, Bryson Tiller hit the skating rink in “Thru the Night” MV

    Filmed in their hometown of Louisville.

    Jack Harlow Bryson Tiller Thru the Night MV
    Jack Harlow. Images: Jack Harlow official YouTube

    Jack Harlow and Bryson Tiller have dropped a video for their single, “Thru the Night.”

    Filmed in their hometown of Louisville, the clip features the rappers showing off their moves at the historic Robben’s Roost Skating Rink. “But with you and me, God, man, it feels so intense / I already seen that movie but I will go again with you / I got a few I been tending to / But tonight, I forgot all about ’em,” Harlow raps over the Understudy-produced beat, which samples Usher’s “U Don’t Have to Call.”

    “[Bryson Tiller’s album] Trapsoul came out my senior year, and that’s all we were listening to in the ’Ville,” Harlow told Billboard of his admiration for Tiller. “I was riding around and playing that shit on repeat. He was the hottest thing going. I always dreamed of doing a song with him. Now that we got one, of course it means the world to me.”

    “Thru the Night” is Harlow’s latest single, following April’s “Cheap Cheap” with Felly. On the other hand, Tiller dropped “Blame” in July, his first solo release of the year.

    Watch the video for “Thru the Night” here: