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BTS singer Jung Kook teams up with Kentucky rapper Jack Harlow for new single "3D"

Singer Jung Kook is back with another high-profile collaboration. The artist is a member of the Korean boy band BTS. He dropped his newest single "3D," featuring Kentucky rapper Jack Harlow, on September 29.  This is the first joint venture between Jung Kook and Jack Harlow. It follows Jung Kook's collaboration with Latto for his song "Seven," which dropped on July 14. It also follows Harlow's release of his April 2023 album "Jackman," and the announcement of his upcoming "No Place Like Home" tour.  In the song "3D," Harlow promises to fly someone from "Korea to Kentucky." Check out the music video for it above. I’ll fly u from Korea to Kentucky — Jack Harlow (@jackharlow) September 23, 2023 Touched down in Kentucky! (Reality: on the MV set🎬) — 방탄소년단 (@BTS_twt) September 27, 2023 — Jack Harlow (@jackharlow) September 27, 2023

Spence Lee returns with visual for new groovy single - "Spend My Days"

Artist Spence Lee is back with a new timeless visual for his new song "Spend My Days". The rapper dropped the official video for the groovy single on September 15. Check it out below.  View this post on Instagram A post shared by Spence Lee (@shottaspence)

This year was different: 2023 Lexington, KY Roots & Heritage Festival Parade, Band Performances & Fashion Show

Showcasing Kentucky's African American culture and traditions, the 2023 Lexington, KY Roots & Heritage Festival kicked off Friday night, September 8, with live performances on the main stage on Elm Tree Lane.  It continued Saturday morning with the annual parade and band performances. It included Simmons College (an HBCU) and Central High School marching bands from Louisville.  The "Battle of the Bands" after the parade was moved from the corner of Fourth street and Elm Tree Lane to Third Street and Elm Tree Lane, near the historic Lyric Theatre. New this year, a fashion show outside the theater. The show included pieces from up-and-coming local designers. The festival wrapped on Sunday, September 10. Thousands of people attended the weekend event.

Jack Harlow says the only tour he's going on for the rest of 2023 is in Kentucky

Kentucky native Jack Harlow announced the return of his  No Place Like Home  tour back in August. The tour includes stops in six Kentucky cities. Taking his third annual hometown shows to a new level, the new leg of the tour will kick off on Friday, November 24 at Owensboro Sports Center in Owensboro, and will wrap in Lexington at Rupp Arena on Sunday, December 3. On social media, Harlow posted that it's the only tour he's going on this year. Tickets are on sale now through Ticketmaster. Harlow is from Louisville and performed last in his hometown in December. He just dropped the official music video for his song "Denver" on August 30. The song is from his latest album: "Jackman." The only tour I’m going on this year. Six shows across the state of Kentucky. No Place Like Home 2023. — Jack Harlow (@jackharlow) August 17, 2023