12 Songs, 37 Minutes

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.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes

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.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
135 Ratings
135 Ratings
JacobLeonee

SO PROUD!!

I cant wait to watch this beautiful women blow up! been with syd da kid since day 1! she deserves much more recognition. So proud of her.

amgurl

SYD!!!!

I know this album is fire. Can't wait for another Internet album. Beautiful voice! I hope she back doors and drop a mixtape this summer. Will definitely see her when she goes on tour.

jonahcavaleri

Syd!

Such a great album. Very underrated.

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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