2018 has been a breakout year for singer/actor Trevor Jackson, and it's well deserving. Riding the wave of his heighten star power, the R&B/Pop artist drops of the new single and music video "Good Enough," a feel-good, finger-snapping gem. In the visual, Jackson and his sexy co-star are given a new assignment, which includes infiltrating a mafia circle to save [Read More]
Trevor Jackson is serving up a side of sexy in his new music video for, "Right Now." In the dark self-directed clip, inspired by the story of Adam and Eve, the R&B heartthrob intoxicates with his sultry vocals and athletically built body. The "grown-ish" and "Superfly" actor strips down completely, showing off his tattoos and ripped abs, while his co-star also [Read More]
After a slew of collaborations, singles, and two EPs, R&b artist Trevor Jackson announces today that his debut album, Rough Drafts Pt. 1, will arrive on March 23rd via Born Art/EMPIRE. The long-awaited LP has been a long time coming for Jackson, who signed his first major record deal in 2012. 'Rough Drafts Pt. 1' is herald by the lead single 'Apocalypse,' an [Read More]
In part one of Trevor Jackson's visual for his seductive single, "NightTime," the R&B singer/songwriter is afraid to show his female co-star Diany his dark side. In part two, the story continues following 2-plus minutes of the actual visual, and this time Diany enters the dark room. The result yielded from a night of romping is a bite on her neck, which turns her [Read More]
The beast comes out at "NightTime!" In part one of Trevor Jackson's visual for his seductive single, "NightTime," the R&B singer/songwriter is afraid to show his female co-star Diany his dark side. The clip kicks off with the couple taking in the beautiful sunset views by a mountaintop before Diany asked Trevor why he's always wearing sunglasses. "You never take them off," she [Read More]
In his new music video for "B&W (Benz and My Wallet)," the R&B heartthrob paints a metaphoric picture of him homeless and begging for change as he tries to convey to the world how hard it is to deal with a broken heart
It looks like Mrs. Kelly is back on her music grind, well, maybe! The music video for the R&B beauty's song "Dumb," which was shot seven months ago, three months after the song dropped (one year now), has finally arrived.
Actor/recording artist Trevor Jackson released a song today to express his anger and sadness with the recent shootings. The song, titled Colors On The Ground, comes just a few days after the shooting and killing of Terence Crutcher in Tulsa, O.K., Keith Lamont Scott in Charlotte, N.C. and Terrence Sterling in Washington, D.C.
Now in the video for “Here I Come,” (one of the standout racks from his latest mixtape In My Feelings) things are getting serious, and it’s time to meet the parents. But his girlfriend’s mom (played by singer/actor Paula Campbell) is up to no good...
Filmed on the campus of Morris Brown college campus in Atlanta, the clip features Jackson as he pursues his campus crush. Things progress quickly as the new couple focus more on each rather than studying...