Jaden Smith has dropped off the official music video for “GOKU,” the standalone single inspired by Dragon Ball Z.
The multi-hyphenate directed the visual, with production and animation by Takayuki Moriya and Nigel Tierney, respectively. As a whole, the video is kept pretty straight forward, as it takes place entirely in Tokyo’s Akihabara district. We see Jaden in front of the busy street, rapping, before flexing his anime super powers.
You can check out the “GOKU” video above.
The song hit streaming services in early October, the same day Jaden announced his The Sunset Tapes: A Cool Tape Story project. Spanning 11 tracks, the effort included tracks like “A Calabasas Freestyle,” “Syre in Abbey Road,” and “Plastic.”
“I dedicate this album to the Females in my life […] Even my Xs—the ones I’m in communication with, and the ones that I’m not,” Jaden said in a note, following the project’s release. “All those times by The Beach, in The Hills, in The City, or in The Valley listening to the Beatles, thank you. I love you.”
Jaden will also star in the anime holiday special Neo Yokio: Pink Christmas. The 20-year-old entertainer provides the voice of Kaz Kaan, a high-society bachelor who resides in the series’ titular city. The special will premiere this Friday on Netflix.