Valentine’s day has come and gone, but love is in the air. R&B singer Alfred Jackson is helping lovers set the mood with the release of his new single “Come Over,” out now. The second track to be released from the Los Angeles native’s upcoming third studio album, U.G.L.Y (Ur Greatest Legacy’s You), the upbeat R&B track aims to help couples communicate and reconnect on all levels. Written during the first COVID lockdown and recorded at the artist’s home studios, this unique take on the classic love song provides a nuanced look at dating within the new normal. Jackson’s new album, U.G.L.Y (Ur Greatest Legacy’s You), is set to release June 17, 2022.
From an early age, Alfred Jackson was destined for musical success. After attending a prestigious performing arts conservatory, the entertainer began developing his passion into his profession. In his early 20’s, Jackson joined the R&B vocal group, 4MULA1, gaining the opportunity to tour with Grammy Award-winning singer Ciara, musician Lloyd, and rapper Lil Scrappy. After the group disbanded, Jackson kicked his career into high gear by becoming a notable background vocalist for some of music’s most influential acts including pop/R&B sensation Jason Derulo, aiding in sharpening Jackson’s musical skills.
This Spring the singer-songwriter will release his third studio album, U.G.L.Y (Ur Greatest Legacy’s You), a 15-track project that explores themes such as the importance of self-love and self-worth.
Be sure to check out “Come Over,” the latest track by Alfred Jackson available now!
More About Alfred Jackson:
Born and raised in the neighborhood of South Central, Los Angeles, CA, Alfred Jackson began his musical journey at the Marla Gibbs Performing Arts School and later the Amazing Grace Conservatory under the direction of both Wendy Raquel Robinson and Tracy L. Coley. It was there that Jackson’s love of performing and entertaining continued to blossom and grow. His formal education alongside his natural capabilities provided him with multiple unique opportunities, including sharing the stage and recording with some of music greats, including Diane Warren, Rodney Jerkins, Brian Michael Cox, Jason Derulo and Stevie Jay, to name a few. It also led Jackson to appear at some of music’s most legendary venues including House of Blues, The Roxy, Ivar and the Key Club. He’s had a great deal of success internationally, touring in Asia, Europe and the Caribbean to captivated audiences.