Trevor Jackson Releases New ‘The Love Language’ Album

Trevor Jackson has shared his debut, featureless album 'The Love Language.' The 'grown-ish' actor is also gearing up to star in the film 'Hate to See You Go.'


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Trevor Jackson has shared his debut album, The Love Language via Empire and Born Art.

The feature-less 14-track project includes singles “Just Friends” and “Get to You,” and production from Jackson himself, Harvey Mason Jr., Ayo & Keyz, and more.

“Love is the universal language of all things and I hope this album gives people more confidence to understand their own love languages and how to communicate them,” Jackson said in a statement, regarding his album. “The power of this music will not only bring people together, but it’ll also bring people closer to themselves.”

The grown-ish actor is also gearing up for the new film Hate to See You Go, where he’ll star alongside Morgan Freeman, Alfre Woodard, Common, and Bill Burr. The film follows a Chicago Blues musician who protests retiring as he’s getting older.

Stream The Love Language below.

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