Trevor Jackson Releases ‘Warning’

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We’ve seen quite a bit of Trevor Jackson on the big and small screen. In 2018 he starred in the Columbia reboot of the 1970’s classic film Superfly and he can be seen frequently on Freeform’s Grown-ish as Aaron.

Trevor has been making major moves but its safe to say he’s officially getting back to his roots: music. He released a ton of new music recently. Trevor recorded a remix to Summer Walker’s hit song “Girls Need Love” under the title “Boys Need Love 2” on SoundCloud and has just released a song called “Warning”.

The release of “Warning” also comes with a music video directed by Trevor Jackson himself which debuted on Billboard.

 

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The video stars Black-ish/Grown-ish actor and comedian Deon Cole as an ironically racist host in a visibly upscale restaurant. The mood then takes a controversial turn, as Trevor and his crew are seated at a booth in the restaurant. You’ll see what the group appears as through the eyes of the onlookers.

The video isn’t too serious due to “Warning” being a very upbeat and fun song but you definitely get the message Trevor wanted to portray.

We’ll be getting more music from Trevor soon, as he’s been teasing the release of his next project Rough Drafts Part 2 the sequel to Rough Drafts Part 1. With no official release date for RDP2, fans are happy to enjoy the individual released tracks. Be sure to check out the “Warning” music video here: