The 18-year-old rapper puts on his white Batsuit and goes around the city in the new music video.
Jaden Smith has unveiled a music video for his new single, "Batman". Directed by "Hannah Montana" alum Moises Arias, the video shows how it would be like if Jaden were Bruce Wayne a.k.a. Batman, a lonely superhero who fights crime in Gotham City.
In the four-and-a-half minute video, the 18-year-old rapper wakes up in the middle of a field. He immediately heads home after realizing that he's missed a Bat-Signal. Jaden then goes for a stroll in the city, where he meets another Batman wearing a black Batsuit, Superman and Spiderman.
"Batman, Batman, Batman/ We need to settle the scores/ Jokers they still want a war/ Hold up, I'm closing the doors/ Batman, Batman, Batman/ So fly that you mad at yourself/ You the one who got the juice/ City crying for your help," he raps while being surrounded by onlookers in the city. Jaden then continues to walk down the street alone.
Fans find "Batman" to be catchy and shower Jaden with praises. "Who else thought this was going to be trash, but ended up jamming to the song?" A YouTube user writes. Another comments, "Jaden never disappoints!! Can't wait for that album."