After dropping his SYRE album last year, Jaden Smith took an unconventional approach in dropping his sophomore album. Though premiering an album on Instagram is a respectable move as far as artistry is concerned, the practicality it is borderline nonexistent. Still, Jaden Smith values the importance the statement; it’s part what seperates the son Will from the rest his contemporaries.
While many appreciated the “avant-garde” spectacle it all, those a more pragmatic persuasion were left wondering when it might hit the familiar comforts streaming services. Luckily, Jaden knows the importance income diversification, and has announced his intentions to bring Syre: The Electric Album to a streaming service near you.
The mysterious artist took to Twitter to announce a new release date: this Thursday, July 12. While it’s unclear whether or not the project will land at midnight as per usual, it seems a likely possibility. Those who missed out on the unconventional drop will have a chance to digest the album in full; fan feedback already seems positive, which bodes well for Jaden. Stay tuned for Syre: The Electric Album, dropping by week’s end.