The rapper Jack Harlow has released the teaser for his upcoming virtual reality show, which will give attendees a 360-degree perspective of his No Place Like Home Kentucky Tour.

In a post on his Instagram account on Tuesday, January 2, Harlow unveiled the video, giving fans a preview of what to expect on Thursday, January 4, when the event will be accessible through META VR. “On January 4th, watch the 2023 No Place Like Home Kentucky Tour in virtual reality,” the native of Louisville stated in the description.

Jack Harlow, 25, spent 2023 building his brand, which contributed to his quick rise to celebrity status. The “Nail Tech” rapper debuted as an actor earlier this year, playing the role of Jeremy in the reboot of the beloved 1992 movie White Men Can’t Jump. He also acted in the Apple TV+ movie The Instigators with Matt Damon and Casey Affleck.

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With the release of Jackman, his third studio album, in April, Harlow achieved his first-ever Top 10 ranking on the Billboard 200 and his third Top 10 debut on the Top Rap Albums chart.

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With the establishment of his Jack Harlow Foundation, which focuses on initiatives to “reinvest, uplift and support organizations aiming to make the city that raised him a better place,” the hitmaker demonstrated his compassionate side.

With the release of his most recent hit, “Lovin On Me,” in November, Harlow made his third stint at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 chart. With “Industry Baby,” his hit song co-written with Lil Nas X, he first made it to the Hot 100 summit in 2021. The following year, he repeated the accomplishment with “First Class.”