Jaden Smith announces 'Cabin Fever' music video and fans already love the fantasy theme: 'Is this real?'

The 'Cabin Fever' single released on July 23 and it came with the announcement of his new studio album 'Cool Tape Volume 3'


                            Jaden Smith announces 'Cabin Fever' music video and fans already love the fantasy theme: 'Is this real?'
Jaden Smith (Getty Images)

Jaden Smith has taken to his social media to announce his 'Cabin Fever' single is getting a music video. The new video will release on July 30. 

The 'Cabin Fever' single released on July 23 and it came with the announcement of his new studio album 'Cool Tape Volume 3'. The LP is still on the horizon with no confirmed release date yet. Smith's latest album 'Erys' arrived in July 2019 and features collaborations with Trinidad James, ASAP Rocky, Kid Cudi, Lido, Willow and Tyler, the Creator.

MTV shared a preview of the new visual on their Twitter showing Jaden in a suit and surrounded by colorful fantasy scenery. Fans have been quick to share their love for the singer and excitement for the upcoming video, saying, "Omgggg is this real?" and "The suit is sooo fire excited for #cabinfever & other new music." One fan wrote, "Aahhh! Can't wait. I love it Best quarantine song 4ever. So excited 4 u! Love rainbows, ur positivity, brilliance, heart, soul, mind. Could go on 4ever. My sons r strong, confident because of u. We love u Jaden. U will be at the top!" One fan said, "This willy wonka set is what we’ve been waiting for."

Jaden was slated to tour with Justin Bieber and Kehlani in 2020 to support Bieber's latest album 'Changes', but the live dates were canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic. The tour would have kicked off on May 14 in Seattle and run through September 26.

Smith released his last album, Erys, in July 2019. According to Rollling Stone, Smith spoke about learning from his mentor Tyler, the Creator, and exposing himself to more classic music. "Tyler told me that I needed to start listening to more old music because he’s pretty much like my taste in music wasn’t there — I needed to listen to old music and I needed to educate myself," he said, adding, "If I really am going to be an artist, I need to know who came before me."

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