Wicked Wisdom's third album, "Wrath Of The Wicked," was released in 2007.
WW's debut album, "My Story," was released in 2004.
There have been four different variations of WW, and with each, the final band members have been added.
When Wicked Wisdom makes appearances, Jada prefers that hosts don't refer to them as "Jada Pinkett Smith's band" so more people are open to the music and just don't focus on what Jada is doing.
WW canceled their European tour as a supporting band for Papa Roach in fall 2006.
The song Bleed All Over Me was the first song to make it onto the charts.
Influences include: Meshuggah, Pantera, Sevendust, Slipknot, BLS, Otep, Iron Maiden, Led Zepplin, Ani Difranco, Queen, God Forbid, Mastadon, Nonpoint, and OZZY.
At one show, there were some glitches that prevented the band from their performance, so until the problem was corrected, Jada's husband Will Smith free styled.
WW has been classified as Nu Metal and Goth Rock.
The band has had a lot of criticism because some don't classify them as heavy metal and also that their lead singer is married to a rap star.
They have 2 albums out.
Sharon Osbourne was very impressed when she first heard the band. She wanted them to perform at Ozzfest right after.
WW has 2 videos from the album "Wicked Wisdom" - Bleed All Over Me and Something Inside of Me.
The band released the album "Wicked Wisdom" on February 21, 2006.
Wicked Wisdom performed at Ozzfest 2005.
Jada Koren– Vocals
Fish – Drums
Pocket Honore– Guitar
Rio – Bass
Cameron "Wirm" Graves – guitar/keyboards
In April and May 2004, WW opened dates on the European part of Britney Spear's Onxy Hotel Tour. However, they did not perform their usual metal songs.
Actress Jada Pinkett Smith is the vocalist of WW.
Jada Koren: We don't know where that finish line is, it might be my grave, but it's been quite a journey.
Jada Koren: There was a point in time when it was not cool to be a Wicked Wisdom fan. It's a tough audience, but the other side is that you have to remember the paradox: as much pain as they can offer you, they can offer you as much joy and love on the other side. It's intense on both sides, and what I love about this scene is that it's extreme. It's full of feeling — in the world today, we're told every day how to numb ourselves, pop a pill here so you don't have to feel this, suppress the pain. But pain is a gift, a blessing — without it, why do anything different? Why change? We're constantly trying to suppress those emotions and just trying to be these neutral, robotic unaffected creatures.
Jada Koren: (when asked what it's like to be the underdog) The best part of this is being the underdog. People come to the shows and don't know what to expect. When we take the stage and the music hits, I can literally see jaws dropping in the crowd because they just don't expect it. I love going off and surprising people with this band. The best part about the experience is we are having a good time and surprising people and impressing people with what we do. It is a tough position to be in but if you can take the pressure, it is also the best position to be in.
Jada Koren: I always wanted to start a band, and I grew up on hard rock and heavy metal.