LISTEN: Netflix star Talia Jackson dops debut single

Netflix-star Talia Jackson has dropped her debut single ‘HIDDEN’. The star of the award-winning Family Reunion, the self-written track celebrates her freedom from toxic relationships and needing no one but herself.

Jackson draws influence from Grammy-nominated stars like SZA, Jhene Aiko and Lana Del Rey, using sounds of dark indie-pop to discuss important themes of embracing identity as a biracial woman, overcoming struggles with mental health and not allowing negative energy to dictate who she is at her core.

‘HIDDEN’ is pop banger, incorporating influences from modern disco, with infectious harmonies and soaring vocals. Talia uses music as a therapeutic outlet to help her through the past and present adversities she faces, especially navigating her personal mental health struggles and she hopes others will find solace in it as well. 

At 19 years old, Jacksonreceived her big acting break landing the role as Jade, starring opposite Tia Mowry-Hardict in Netflix’s NAACP award winning, hit series Family Reunion. The show quickly trended for Netflix and fans demanded more – so they added episodes and released as quickly as they could last year. The next part premieres the first week of April. When she’s not in front of the camera or in the studio recording new music, Talia loves songwriting with her brother actor/singer/songwriter Armani Jackson (Netflix’s Little Boxes/TBS CHAD) and lending her voice to mental illness awareness and Global Lyme Alliance.

‘HIDDEN’ is available on all streaming platforms now.

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