Daughter of famous and bizarre parents, Willow Smith brings nude pop-punk aesthetic to St. Andrew’s Hall in Detroit


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  • Photo by Dana Trippe
  • Willow Smith doesn’t care.

By the age of 20, it’s very likely that we’ve all gone through our fair share of phases, hair, clothes, friends, crushes, musical tastes and, if you were like us, goals. careers. (RIP to our dream of becoming a veterinarian rockstar astronaut!)

So it shouldn’t come as a shock that the offspring of actor Will Smith and reformed nude metallist Jada Pinkett-Smith switch from whipping their hair back and forth on a kid-friendly party banger at just nine. years to dismantle the public perception of what a young girl should look like, sound and talk.

After the Wicked Wisdom of her mother, Willow, the new pop-punk force, as evidenced by the fourth disc of the young 20-year-old. Lately I feel it all, a title that will probably hold again once she hits her mid-thirties and will prevent her from sneezing. Anyway, the singer “transparentsoul” has joined forces with Travis Barker, Tierra Whack, Cherry Glazerr and the queen of complicity, Avril Lavinge, for her record, which addresses great feelings, gas lighting , spirituality and some good old fashion “Fuck You” energy. No, really, it’s a song on the record, relax.

Doors open at 7 p.m. on Monday, October 4 at Saint Andrew’s Hall, 431 E. Congress St., Detroit; 313-961-8961; saintandrewsdetroit.com. Tickets are $ 40. * Artist needs all tickets holders must present full proof of vaccination or COVID-19 test negative in 72 hours from the event.

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