JADEN SMITH UNVEILS SYRE: THE ELECTRIC ALBUM [AUDIO]

JADEN SMITH

By Jack Barnes

Platinum-certified, multitalented visionary JADEN SMITH releases SYRE: The Electric Album today via Roc Nation/Republic Records. Enjoy this audio stream below after the jump and please share this with friends.


The next iteration of his fan favorite opus SYREThe Electric Album sees Jaden Smith once again evolve. An alternative epic that twists and turns through hazy psychedelic production and organic instrumentation, the project illuminates his penchant for pushing boundaries. Throughout the week he teased the impending drop with a series of IGTV clips and promised “A gift to the fans for his birthday.

Check out the full tracklisting below.

TRACKLISTING

  1. “B Electric”
  2. “Ninety Electric”
  3. “Lost Boy Electric”
  4. “Fallen Electric
  5. “Icon? Electric”

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Previously: Jaden Smith on Icon, Upcoming Albums, Changing The World, Thinking Different & A Lot More!

JADEN SMITH UNVEILS SYRE: THE ELECTRIC ALBUM [AUDIO]

 

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