Jaden Smith released his debut album, SYRE, on Friday (Nov. 17). The project's title is actually inspired by the artist's middle name. Following up his 2015 EP, Smith delivers 17 tracks ranging from a variety of genres spanning the 70 minutes with eccentric sonics and diverse flows. The 19-year-old recently appeared in the animated Netflix series Neo-Yokio, which also included Desus Nice, The Kid Mero and Jude Law.
Smith rolled out four singles prior to releasing his debut LP. Jaden calls on A$AP Rocky for the assist on “Breakfast” and Atlanta native Raury is featured on the up-tempo “Falcon.” The versatile creative rolled out visuals for solo efforts with “Watch Me” and “Batman," which have since amassed millions of views on YouTube. On "Lost Boy," Jaden pays homage to Kanye West's stream of consciousness from The Life of Pablo cut "30 Hours," where Smith shouts out everyone involved with the project on the outro of the record.
Taylor Swift has another new song and you can listen to it right now!
The 27-year-old singer just dropped “Call it What You Want” from her upcoming studio album Reputation.
This is the fourth song from the album to be released following “Look What You Made Me Do,” “Ready for It,” and “Gorgeous.” You can download them all now on iTunes.
Camila Cabello has plenty of fans – but she was not at all prepared to find out Justin Bieber is one of them!
The 20-year-old pop princess discovered that the 23-year-old Purpose pop crooner was listening to her music after he posted a screen capture on his Instagram Story of Camila‘s “Havana” playing on his phone – and she’s freaking out!
Jaden Smith wears a denim jacket and a MSFTSrep hat while meeting with fans on Sunday (October 1) in Paris, France. The 19-year-old actor and musician held a meetup in the City of Light.
Jaden recently shared a video of himself singing into a microphone and, said that he will tour with his SYRE project soon.
Watch the Instagram video below.
In the past year, Janet Jackson has had quite the rough time in the love department. The music icon first experienced misfortune after she reportedly left her ex-husband Wissam Al Mana after five years of marriage. But despite the hard times, it appears Janet may have at least one person to lean on. Only months after the singer’s divorce, new reports suggest she is confiding in her old flame, Jermaine Dupri.
Weezer honor one of their biggest influences on a shuffling new rocker, "Beach Boys." The track will appear on the band's upcoming album, Pacific Daydream, out October 27th via Crush Music/Atlantic.
The track boasts a sparse groove comprised of light drums, a roiling bass and the occasional strike of a reverb soaked guitar. Frontman Rivers Cuomo unspools a string of sweet lyrics about getting a way for a while and crafts delicate four-part harmonies that buoy the Brian Wilson-esque melodies he delivers on lines like, "They'll be there when you wake up/ You're soothing midnight mantra."
The singer/actress joins Amandla Stenberg, and Russell Hornsby. Sabrina will play Hailey, one of Starr’s friends from her prep school.
The Hate U Give centers on Starr (Stenberg) who grew up in a poverty-stricken slum, but now attends a suburban prep school. After she witnesses a police officer shoot her unarmed best friend, she’s torn between her two very different worlds as she tries to speak her truth.