“People respect hard work,” Trevor told Bello Magazine. This month he has the honor of being their featured artist, nabbing the cover and an exclusive interview.
Looks like his hard work is paying off.
If there is anything to learn about this 18-year-old superstar, it’s that he is all about inspiration, and inspiring. He explained, “I feel like this time we get is a gift. We need to take it seriously and change things because a lot of people don’t get the privilege to do that.” He went on, “If I make good decisions, promote the right thing, and try to be the best person i can be for this world and find my purpose, then it will inspire so many others to find their purpose.”
And he certainly practices what he preaches. Trevor recently teamed up with Diggy Simmons for Detroit’s Get Schooled Event. The duo visited schools and gave encouraging speeches to motivate students to take their education seriously. The “Start Strong” rally sought to increase the city’s attendance rates by creating a competition. Other good causes that Trevor has taken part in include the Peace on the Street Jam, cystic fibrosis fundraising, and he has hosted a Youth Empowerment Summit.
But to get his mind off the work, Trevor does have a few favorite ways to kick back and relax. Video games are a must, of course, but he also likes to get active, playing basketball and even golf. Despite his love of sports, the young star admits he is not such a big fan of working out. “It’s getting bad,” he said, “I love to EAT! Power EAT! I would eat P.F. Chang’s all day if I could.”
About his upcoming album, the singer said it will be for anyone who has ever believed they have been in love. “It’s showing how you should be treated and showing all the trials and tribulations that come with a relationship,” he added.