Love is that emotion that can drive you wild with passion and just as insane with pain. Right when you think you have love under control, it spirals out of your grasp and the outcome can be disastrous. R&B’s new vocal star, Damar Jackson explores this very theme in his new video “Everything”. Set to the tune of a piano caressed track and stripped down sound scape, D.J. let’s his sidepiece know how much she is adored, amid the pressing issue of dealing with his main squeeze: “You make me feel the way that she don’t girl/You give me everything that she won’t girl…” The trials and tribulations of lust and love.
“‘Everything’ is a song about a certain person that was rocking wit’ me while I was going through a real toxic relationship. Everything I couldn’t talk to my girl about, I could talk to this other girl about. We ended up being close but my loyalty was still to my girl. So I never told anybody about this one special girl that was there for me,” Damar explains. “The passion in this song shows how much you can connect with somebody but still love someone else.”
The video, however, begins with a scene that many people of color can say they have dealt with, blatant racism in an establishment that goes unchecked in full. “This video takes you through real life situations in Louisiana. How racism is still alive and how we deal with violence within our own communities,” says D.J.
Having the two dueling themes of love and race issues visually clash makes for a mix of emotions when you watch “Everything.” The director, Cinemadona, works the angles just right to get the story across on screen. Yet, that love triangle still tugs at your core when you hear the pain in Damar’s main girl’s voice. “We don’t have many resources, so we love real hard and take loyalty very serious. You will see how I spend a lot of time with the person that I can’t be with. We share moments that allow us to grow but loyalty keeps me with the one I started with,” Damar maintains.
R&B Star Damar Jackson is about to take the music scene by storm. Although, Damar has already had credited success as co-writer and co-producer for K-Camp’s hit single “Comfortable,” he wants the world to hear his own voice singing his hits. On this project Damar does just that. The album Unfaithful is here and faithfully delivers a great sound. The project features many stories from personal experience that we can all relate to. Using hints of classic R&B with a modern twist, Damar Jackson’s unique voice and tone matched with great writing abilities make the album a summer anthem.
Damar also releases today his “Rite Now” visual which sits at #1 on his EP.
R&B newcomer Damar Jackson is about to take the music scene by storm. Although, Damar has already had credited success as co-writer and co-producer for K-Camp’s hit single “Comfortable,” he wants the world to hear his own voice singing his hits. His single “Club Again” featuring Yo Gotti, off of his newest project Unfaithful, was inspired by a personal experience of his. Damar says…
“I was thinking about my ex and how she really had sex with another n*gga right after we broke up…so club again means I’m back single and out here living. It’s a celebratory song about a real life situation of me walking back into the club/single life.”
Louisiana native, Damar Jackson, is a talented singer, songwriter and producer who has contributed to K Camp’s hit “Comfortable” along with many other notable artist. Damar gives us 9 tracks, 7 new ones with a remix/cover feel with his latest EP titled, Ninety3Until,
Louisiana native Damar Jackson is a talented singer, songwriter and producer who has contributed to K Camp’s hit “Comfortable” along with many other notable artist. Today the talented Damar Jackson is set to debut his new single “Crazy,” which takes listeners on an emotional rollercoaster both musically and lyrically, the single takes you on a journey of the last days of a tumultuous relationship.
“Crazy” is the debut single from Louisiana’s own Damar Jackson. An emotional rollercoaster both musically and lyrically, the single takes listeners on the journey of the last days of a tumultuous relationship. This isn’t the first time you’ve heard from the singer, songwriter and producer. Damar has also contributed to songs like K Camp’s hit “Comfortable” and more.