Will Smith took over Twitter this Friday by surprising young people with his rap in the “remix” of “Will”, the song with which Joyner Lucas had paid tribute to him in early March.
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Smith's participation has caused such an impact that he remained for hours among the most talked about topics on Twitter, with reposts of the song, some of his quotes and photos from his career, which has included four albums as a rapper between 1998 and 2005.
Will Smith at 51 has more flow than Jaden's Mongolo. Change my mind.
- Nelsito the dirty (@cashpalnm)
May 16, 2020
The collaboration was born when singer-songwriter, poet, and music producer Lucas released his song "Will" about how Smith had inspired and influenced him, and after the actor said he was honored and "humbly thanked him."
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In the verse that Smith contributed to the song, he underlined how he had created his success in a “clean” way and took a walk through some of the most important moments in his history, giving “roses” to the people who had influenced his career.
These include Nelson Mandela, Muhammad Ali, Eddie Murphy and the late actor in his series "The Fresh Prince of Bel Air" James Avery, who played the role of his uncle.
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In addition to his collaborator Jazzy Jeff, his wife Jada Pinkett-Smith, his co-star in the series "Bad Boys" Martin Lawrence and their children Jaden and Willow Smith.
“I must have forgotten that I really get busy. They must have forgotten who invented ‘Get Jiggy. Before there were streaming sales. Long before iTunes and fans still had to buy CDs. I sold 60 records, it was everywhere (…). I did everything without bad words, because I did not have to curse to tell reality, "rapped the artist.
Smith, 51, regained his place at the altar of current teen idols in 2017, when he began making specialized content for social media.
The rest of his family joined his internet revolution by launching the "Red Table" section on Facebook. In addition, his third film in the "Bad Boys" series was a box office hit earlier this year.