Earlier this year, Trevor Jackson officially revealed his debut album The Love Language. To keep the momentum going, he presents a brand new visual from the project today (July 21). Produced by SHRVK and written by Trevor himself, “Tiny Dancer” is the fourth single from The Love Language, following other recent visuals like “Your Everything.” In the new video, Trevor delivers his lyrics as he and his lady role play through various forms of dance:
I just need a tiny dancer, need a hood girl with manners/ A tiny dancer, all my ex-girls can’t stand her, they had you on a leash, I’m tryna set you free/ Baby, come with me, to the Hills of Beverly, you’ll never wanna leave/ I just need me a tiny dancer
We all the way up, yeah, I think you like me, you’re smilin’/ Your friends are waitin’ in the truck, yeah/ But I can tell you’d rather be here with me/ Ask me what you want, it’s okay/ I know that you’ve been hurt and you’re afraid (Skrr, skrr)
About the video, Trevor explained his focus was versatility. “I wanted to give the visual representation that shows that versatility is a beautiful thing,” he says via press release. “As my lovely counterpart displays in the video, you can see her switch up her flow and style of dance depending on what she’s wearing.”
The album is led by the hit singles like the classic Lil Jon, The East Side Boyz, Luda and Usher-sampling “Just Friends” as well as “Get To You.” The latter track is accompanied by a cinematic music video that shows Jackson’s obsessive love that amplifies the song’s message. The Love Language includes production credits from Jackson himself, Harvey Mason Jr., and Ayo & Keyz, and more.
Be sure to press play on Trevor Jackson’s brand new music video for his song “Tiny Dancer” down below.