Trevor Jackson

Dante Bowe, Trevor Jackson and LAEL remind us to keep the faith on “okay.” [Video Premiere]

Dante Bowe trades polished perfection for relatable musings on “okay.". A reminder that profound breakthroughs can be found in the midst of mundane circumstances, the happy-go-lucky track inspires us to hold firm to our foundation during life’s changing seasons. The third single from Bowe’s new album circles, “okay.”’s handclapped rhythms, groovy bass and open, airy synths bring a sense of optimism that’s rooted in positivity.
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Trevor Jackson is the hero in disguise in the cinematic video for “Your Everything”

Trevor Jackson is back with yet another brilliant self-directed short film. In the video for “Your Everything”, the third single from his debut album, The Love Language, Jackson quite literally becomes everything for the one he loves. He personifies her chauffeur, neighbour, delivery man, family members, a police officer and robber (simultaneously), Jackson lets his lover know that even if she has no one left, he will become any and everything for her, as long as it makes her happy.
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Trevor Jackson gets up close and personal on ‘The Love Language’ [Interview + Album Review]

Every once in a generation, the earth has been graced with multi-talented wonders who were able to command not just music charts, but box offices, stadiums, and stages like no other. Triple-threats like Michael Jackson, Prince, and Gregory Hines have left an imprint in the world that continues to inspire the next generation of all-round creatives. It was these same artists, in fact, who sparked a passion for entertainment in the young Trevor Jackson. As a toddler growing up in Indiana – the same state that raised MJ – Trevor Jackson already knew what he wanted to do in life: entertain. Just a couple years after learning to walk, Jackson started tap dancing, and at eight years old, he was touring on Broadway. The grind hasn’t slowed down since. The now 24-year-old Jackson has established himself as a bona fide actor, director, singer, songwriter, dancer and instrumentalist, to name a few. In between playing a lead role on the TV show Grownish, Jackson always found time for his first love: music. And on his official debut album, The Love Language, he peels back layers from his years in the limelight to remind us of the importance of feeling, expressing and creating from the heart. EARMILK had the pleasure of catching up with Jackson over the phone to discuss all things music, life, and love.
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10 Things You Didn’t Know about Trevor Jackson

When it comes to breaking into the entertainment industry, most people are told that they need to find a lane and stick with it. Trevor Jackson, however, has never taken that advice. Not only has Trevor done several things in his career, but he’s excelled at all of them. The multi-talented star has never been shy about sharing his abilities and he’s managed to have a successful career as an actor and singer. As an actor, Trevor is best known for his role in shows like Grown-ish and American Crime. As a singer, Trevor recently released his debut album and his fans couldn’t be any more excited. Here are 10 things you didn’t know about Trevor Jackson.

Trevor Jackson Releases His Debut Album ‘The Love Language’ Today + Set To Star In New Film w/ Morgan Freeman, Alfre Woodard & Common

Today, Trevor Jackson releases his long-awaited debut album, The Love Language via EMPIRE/Born Art. The Love Language is Trevor’s most mature, poignant project to date. The 14-track LP embodies the singer’s insights and past experiences in love including everything from the thrills of desire to the uncertainty and disconnection of lust. The album is led by the hit singles “Just Friends” and “Get To You”, which Jackson recently released a suspenseful and murderous video for. The production on the album includes Jackson himself, Harvey Mason Jr. (Michael Jackson, Mary J. Blige, Aretha Franklin), and Ayo & Keyz (Cardi B, Ty Dolla Sign, Jaden Smith) to name a few.
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Morgan Freeman, Alfre Woodard, Trevor Jackson, Common & More Set For Revelations’ ‘Hate To See You Go’

EXCLUSIVE: Morgan Freeman, Alfre Woodard, Trevor Jackson, Common and Bill Burr are set to star in Revelations Entertainment’s Hate to See You Go. The Ben Tishler directed feature, which he co-wrote with Rob Stone, tells the story of Sonny Bell (Freeman), an aging Chicago Blues musician, who refuses to retire and defiantly hits the road with his band for one last long-shot to keep doing the only thing that makes them all feel truly alive––play Blues. The story is inspired by Stone’s experiences touring and playing harmonica with many of blues music’s most revered artists.

Trevor Jackson – “Get To You”

While he may be more known for his acting skills on Grown-ish, we implore you to take a deeper dive into Trevor Jackson‘s music catalog. Need a place to start? Try his brand new single, “Get To You.”. The new effort details his efforts to get the attention of a...

Trevor Jackson, Diggy Simmons talk 'grown-ish' and new music

Trevor Jackson and Diggy Simmons say the new season of 'grown-ish' is still topical even though they filmed it in 2019. The actors/recording artists also discuss their individual plans to release new music. (Feb. 4) Subscribe for more Breaking News: Website: Twitter: Facebook: Google+: Instagram:...