Ready to leave the game in awe once again, multiplatinum R&B iconoclast, style icon, and entrepreneur Brent Faiyaz has surprised audiences everywhere with the release of his anxiously awaited new album and one of the most-anticipated R&B releases of the year, Larger Than Life, out now. This marks the first release under his ISO Supremacy imprint in partnership with UnitedMasters. Listen to Larger Than Life HERE.

Earlier this week, Brent personally broke the news of the album and sent fans and social media into a frenzy. These 14 tracks find Brent at the apex of his talents. He expands his artistry and vision more than ever before. Larger Than Life opens with “Tim’s Intro.” Strings swoon alongside a funky bassline and breezy acoustic guitar. Over this natural soundscape, his vocals take flight as he makes a proclamation to continue “Living larger than life.”  The raw drums of “Last One Left” bolt down the groove as Brent wonders, “It’s your life, but are you going to share it with mine?” Among other anthems, he links up with A$AP Rocky and N3WYRKLA on “Outside All Night.” In between Brent’s hook, A$AP Rocky and N3WRKLA turn up with raw heat. Meanwhile, “Upset” [feat. Tommy Richman & FELIX!] hinges on airy synths only to ignite a dancefloor-ready buildup. “On This Side” illuminates yet another side of his vibe, while Babyface Ray blesses “Belong To You” with a quotable cameo.

See the full tracklisting below.

He ignited anticipation for the project with the single “WY@.”

Collectively, it has piled up over 20 million streams thus far in addition to earning widespread acclaim. UPROXX observed, “Brent Faiyaz’s confessional ‘WY@’ single finds him entangled with a no-good lover,” and HYPEBEAST hailed it as “an anthem for those stuck in relationships.” CLASH proclaimed, “New single ‘WY@’ is a barbed piece of emotive R&B, a song about love, devotion, and the pain of parting.

Due to the success of his sold out North American and European tours, Brent just revealed a string of tour dates for Australia, New Zealand, and Asia. On January 9, he heads to Melbourne, Australia before traveling to Sydney and Brisbane. He then ventures to Auckland, New Zealand on January 17, followed-by performances in Japan, South Korea, the Philippines, and China. The world tour concludes on February 1 with a show in Singapore.

Check out the full list of upcoming tour dates below.

He recently went up the North American leg of his 2023 worldwide headline tour, F*ck The World, It’s a Wasteland. Next up, he touches down in Europe, stopping in London, Milan, and Berlin before coming to an end on November 20 in London, UK. In addition, the December 5 and 6 shows have been added as a reschedule to the Los Angeles tour dates. Check out the full tour itinerary below.

Brent Faiyaz is larger than life in 2023, and there’s nothing better….


1.    Tim’s Intro

2.    Last One Left

3.    Forever Yours

4.    Best Time

5.    Big Mad Skit

6.    Moment Of Your Life (with Coco Jones)

7.    Outside All Night (feat. A$AP Rocky & N3WYRKLA)

8.    Wherever I Go

9.    Upset (feat. Tommy Richman & FELIX!)

10.  On This Side (feat. A$AP Ant & Cruddy Murda)

11.  Dawged Em Skit

12.  Belong To You (feat. Babyface Ray)

13.  WY@

14.  Pistachios




11/1     Utrecht, Netherlands        TivoliVredenburg

11/3     Stockholm, Sweden         Banankompaniet

11/5     Copenhagen, Denmark   Vega

11/8     Oslo, Norway                  Rockefeller Music Hall

11/10   Berlin, Germany              Tempodrom

11/12   Milan, Italy                       Fabrique

11/14   Barcelona, Spain             Razzmatazz

11/17   Cologne, Germany         Palladium

11/19   Paris, France                  Elysee Montmartre

11/20  London, UK                  Eventim Apollo

12/5   Los Angeles, CA              YouTube Theatre

12/6   Los Angeles, CA              YouTube Theatre

1/9     Melbourne, Australia       Sidney Myer Music Bowl

1/11   Sydney, Australia            Aware Super Theatre

1/14   Brisbane, Australia          Fortitude Music Hall

1/17   Auckland, New Zealand  Spark Arena

1/24   Tokyo, Japan                The Garden Hall

1/26   Seoul, South Korea         Myunghwa Live

1/28   Manila, Philippines           New Frontier Theater

1/30   Hong Kong, China            Rotunda 2, Kitec

2/1     Singapore, Singapore       Capitol Theater

Photo Credit: Photo Courtesy of ISO Supremacy


Not only a powerhouse vocalist and precise producer, but also a style icon and visionary, Brent Faiyaz unapologetically and undeniably remains an iconoclast through and through. He has never followed; he’s only led. In his wake, he has generated billions of streams, sold out countless shows, and earned a procession of multiplatinum, platinum, and gold singles. However, he overtook the mainstream with his album WASTELAND in 2022, capturing #2 on the Billboard 200 and shaking the culture to its core in the process. Once again, he looks ahead in 2023 with a massive partnership with UnitedMasters for a first-of-its-kind creative agency and much more to come. Breaking the mold at every turn, Brent Faiyaz will be the ultimate enigma now and forever.