There seems to be this weird trend going on where artists delay their release dates for albums due to last-minute fixes and tweaks, or samples still needing to be cleared. We saw it with the Nas album and more recently Teyana Taylor's and now Jaden Smith is doing the same damn thing for his SYRE: The Electric Album.

He first released his work on Instagram with five posts for each individual track. Each beat was accompanied by a visual where Jaden's gyal Odessa Adlon even had a feature. After that, he hit up fans on Twitter saying the tape will arrive on streaming platforms for July 12th, but now he's tweeted an update saying it's no longer coming out tonight due to "remastering."

His bad news came equipped with good news since his next tweet stated how he's already preparing his next two singles for after the album's out. "Due To The Fact That I'm Pushing The Album Im Already Preparing My Next 2 Singles Post Album. I'm Sorry I Love You," he said. 

Until it's fully available to stream, continue listening here and keep it locked for the official drop.