Jaden Smith's been hard at work over the past year. While he initially was known for his acting abilities as he followed his father's footsteps, he's put acting to the side to focus on his musical endeavors. In November 2017, he established himself further as a rapper and overall artist with his album, Syre. To commemorate the one-year anniversary of his debut studio album, Jaden Smith is planning on dropping his forthcoming sophomore album.

Jaden Smith took to Twitter to announce his upcoming project, The Sunset Tapes: A Cool Tape Story. The album is set to arrive on the one-year anniversary of the release of Syre, November 17th. It looks like the rapper changed the name of his forthcoming project. Back in December, Smith revealed that his album would be titled, ERYS. The Sunset Tapes will actually mark his second project of the year, following the release of his EP Syre: The Electric Album. 

Smith's been on a serious grind over the past few months. Not only was he playing loads of shows, including his opening slot for J. Cole on the "K.O.D" tour alongside EarthGang and Young Thug - who he recently lent his vocals to for "Sin" off of On The Rvn. He also starred in the film "Skate Kitchen" earlier this summer.

Keep your eyes peeled for more music from Jaden Smith.