The video, which was filmed at the Kentucky Derby last month, sees Harlow in a warehouse filled with hundreds of baseball bats emblazoned with the song’s title, before switching between shots of the artist rapping from inside a private box at the namesake horse racing complex. Between slow-motion shots of the races, aerial views of a fun-filled carnival and views of packed crowds, the video tastefully encapsulates their experience at the top-tier derby.
Later, Harlow appears on the big screen before Drake takes over for his verse, which he raps from the same floor-to-ceiling, glass-encased box in a silver button-up. Following shots of the duo playfully dancing together among a well-dressed entourage, the visual concludes with explosive shots of celebratory fireworks.
The track appears on Harlow’s Come Home the Kids Miss You, which features 15 tracks and several additional appearances from artists including Pharrell on “Movie Star,” Justin Timberlake on “Parent Trap” and Lil Wayne on “Poison.” The chart-topper is now preparing to embark on a 22-stop North American tour in support of the record, which is scheduled to begin this fall, with an opening performance from City Girls.
Watch Jack Harlow’s “Churchill Downs” video with Drake above.