Trevor Jackson has always been undeniably gifted. Whether he’s on the big screen or in the booth, he delivers on every aspect of art.
The Indiana native, teased his fans about his forthcoming debut album, The Love Language, by releasing his single, “Just Friends” back in November. The single samples Usher, Lil Jon, and Ludacris’ nostalgic R&B classic “Lovers and Friends.” However, this isn’t the first time Trevor has flipped an Usher song. In his 2015 single, “Here I Come,” interpolated the harmony from “There Goes My Baby.”
In Jackson’s new single, his lyrics refer to relationships balancing between romantic and decency.
“Tell me the reason, yeah. We’re not lovers just friends. Don’t tell me that you can’t see it. I know we’re just friends but be honest./ You can lie to yourself if you wanna. Them skeletons all in your closet. Just give me the key to unlock it. Look at what we’ve been through, all we’ve been through. You had my back and I had you too./ You call me ventin’ I listen to you. And you understand when she trippin’ too.”
Co-directed by Jackson and ARRAD, the “Just Friends” visual arises from the 2004…