Willow Smith Is in a Band with Her Boyfriend & They Recently Released an Album — Get to Know Tyler Cole
Showbiz star Willow Smith is not just in a relationship, the TV host and her boyfriend, Tyler Cole has joined forces and formed a band.
"Red Table Talk" co-host, Willow Smith, together with her boyfriend, Tyler Cole, 21, has formed a music band, "The Anxiety," and presently have a self-titled album underway.
Tyler Cole and Willow first met some years back through a mutual friend. After a while, they bonded over their fear of the unknown and would share ideas.
According to Hollywood Life, Tyler Cole seems to be on the good side of Will Smith's family. The young adult had been photographed on several occasions having a pleasant time with the Smiths.
One such was during the family's vacation, where he was seen cruising on the Smiths' yacht with his girlfriend.
Cole has a budding entertainment career, and one admirable thing about his relationship with Willow is that he often makes out time to show support for her even in social media.
He also has an adept interest in acting. He once made it on Instagram that he'll be joining Netflix for a recurring role on one of the production company's series.
CNN shares that a few days back, Tyler and Willow did a creative exhibition of their titled album, "The Anxiety" at the Los Angeles Museum.
The two presented their work of art in glass boxes while displaying eight stages of emotions. Their debut album is a result of the duo's struggle with anxiety.
"I hope the vibrations from these songs soothes your heart like your love and support soothes mine."
Cole wasn't left out as he also took to his Instagram page, where he promoted "The Anxiety," and implored fans to get on "the waves."
As time went on, Smith found redress in meditation, yoga, and physics. She and her brother, Jaden Smith, are known for their opinions on topics including quantum physics, duality, and energy forces.
Tyler Cole and Willow first met some years back through a mutual friend. After a while, they bonded over their fear of the unknown and would, from time to time, share ideas.