"Fin" by Syd on iTunes

12 Songs

EDITORS’ NOTES

Syd, of The Internet and Odd Future fame, shows another side of her musical persona. Fin takes a carnal R&B turn with all the complex emotions it brings. Her demure voice gives strong vapors of Aaliyah and Velvet Rope-era Janet Jackson on “Drown In It,” “Body,” and “Know.” Syd gives herself a pep talk on “All About Me” and gets lit on “Dollar Bills” and “Nothin to Somethin.” And this being Syd, the tracks glisten with futuristic shine.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Syd, of The Internet and Odd Future fame, shows another side of her musical persona. Fin takes a carnal R&B turn with all the complex emotions it brings. Her demure voice gives strong vapors of Aaliyah and Velvet Rope-era Janet Jackson on “Drown In It,” “Body,” and “Know.” Syd gives herself a pep talk on “All About Me” and gets lit on “Dollar Bills” and “Nothin to Somethin.” And this being Syd, the tracks glisten with futuristic shine.

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Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5

129 Ratings

Yes!!!!

ReverseWings,

Syd be out here killin it!!!!

Whoaaaaaaaaaaa

Rigsby22,

first two singles that are out are pure fire 💥💥 cannot WAIT for the album to drop.

About Syd

One of the crucial figures in the 2010s Los Angeles music scene, Sydney Bennett -- Syd for short -- began as an engineer and eventually became known more as the front-person of soul-rooted alternative R&B band the Internet. During her teenage years, Bennett built a home studio, developed her engineering skills, and began producing material for a host of Odd Future and related projects. As Bennett continued to be a go-to OF collaborator -- she recorded and mixed Tyler, the Creator's gold single "Yonkers," for instance -- she established the Internet, who released an album every other year from 2011 through 2015. The last of the band's first three full-lengths, Ego Death, was nominated for a Grammy in the category of Best Urban Contemporary Album. While Bennett had used the Internet as a way to tap into the understated sides of neo-soul inspirations such as Erykah Badu and Jill Scott, her uniquely frank songwriting set her apart. In 2017, she released her first solo album, Fin, which drew from mid- to late-'90s recordings by the likes of Brandy and Aaliyah. Like the Internet output, it was released through major-label Columbia. ~ Andy Kellman

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