They say never judge a book by its cover, but unfortunately, that’s not the case in Trevor Jackson’s latest music video for his new single, “Warning.”
In the clip, directed by Jackson and Arrad Rahgoshay, he highlights the disconnect and perception between white people of a certain stature and black people. The visual starts with Trevor and his friends trying to gain entry into a fancy restaurant. The hostesses, played by comedian Deon Cole, drum up various stereotypes of black people to give reasons why they shouldn’t get a table. After securing a table, we get the vantage point of how the white customers see the group of black people, and although they are dressed like country club kids, they are presumed to be rappers and strippers. Of course, it ended with a few friends flashing gold fronts.
“Warning” was produced by MrPayAttention & Yung Shad and penned by Jackson. The song will appear on ‘Rought Drafts, Pt. 2.’