Jaden Smith and his finally revealed why he changed his birth name to “Jaden Smith” last year. Jada Pinkett Smith and her son cheated on you for “getting drunk” Willow Smith in a disturbing video stated with Apple Music and Zen Lowe, the 22-year-old artist announced that she decided to call herself “Jayden” in connection with her music career.
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During the chat with Lowe, Jaden revealed his decision was low-key as he did not announce it. However, he has now cleared it up.
Jaden told Lowe “I realized that Willow changed her name to Willow at some point in time. And that she was no longer Willow Smith.” He continued “Yeah, it took me a while. It took me a while. Because if you look Willow Smith up, it’ll still come up.”
“But then it took me a while to see that it was just Willow. And I was like, ‘Yo. That’s so strong,'” says Jaden about his sister.
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The 22-year-old artist added “That’s strong. Willow. You feel like you don’t have to say your last name. You’re just Willow.”
He went onto explain the different talents of his that he channels and why he separates them.
“I create different characters for myself and that’s also one of the reasons I love Bowie so much, but I create different characters for myself and it’s like that’s music.
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He added “I wanted to just make that little distinction there, just a little bit, so that I could just … different things are happening.”
Jaden’s professional career is multi-faceted, including music, movies, a water filtration service, a clothing brand, and much more.
In 2018 Zen and Jaden also discussed their new sound on their ERYS 2019 album: “I like to do everything. I love to experiment and stuff, but in the end, people were talking about what they love about me, so I’m really trying to be really tough. I just drive Trina to ERYS. “You know, so that people can kind of start to slowly make that transition with me into the more rap world…ERYS is going to be just extremely hard. Just every song, back to back, high tempo, a lot of bass like just crazy.”