Appropriately titled “Boys Need Love 2,” Jackson uses the track to bring up double standards men have to deal with — just like Walker brings up double standards against women.
“Boys can’t ever say they love you / Boys, they ain’t allowed to cry / Boys can’t ever catch no feelings / Boys can’t ever ask why / Boys can’t ever show their weakness / Boys can’t ever back down / Boys can’t ever say they’re in love, even if they’re in it right now,” Jackson sings.
Later in the track, Jackson pays homage to Ella Mai’s “Boo’d Up” and H.E.R.’s “Focus” with clever interpolations.
On Monday, Jackson hinted to his fans that Rought Drafts Pt. 2 is on its way.
Listen to Trevor Jackson’s “Boys Need Love 2” below.
Watch Trevor Jackon’s video for “Boys Need Love 2” below.
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