Will Smith took to Twitter to surprise the young people with their rap in the remix of “Will”, the song that Joyner Lucas had paid homage at the beginning of march.
The participation of Smith made such an impact that remained for hours among the most commented subjects on Twitter, with reposteos of the song, some of their quotes and photos of his career, which has included four albums as a rapper between 1998 and 2005.
The collaboration was born when singer, songwriter, poet and music producer Luke released her song “Will” on how Smith had been inspired and influenced, and after the actor expressed that he felt honored and gave him “thank you humbly”.
In the verse which Smith contributed to the song emphasized how he had created his success in a way “clean” and did a walk through some of the most important moments of its history, handing out “roses” to the people who had influenced his career.
Among them are Nelson Mandela, Muhammad Ali, Eddie Murphy and the late actor from his series “The Fresh Prince of Bel Air ‘ James Avery, who played the role of his uncle.
In addition to his collaborator Jazzy Jeff, his wife Jada Pinkett-Smith, his coestrella in the series “Bad Boys” Martin Lawrence and his 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 any sales on streaming. Long before iTunes and the fans still had to buy the CD. I sold 60 albums, was by all parties (…). I did it all without bad words, because it didn’t have to curse to tell the reality”, rapeó the artist.
Smith, of 51 years, regained its place on the altar of the idols of the teenagers existing in 2017, when he began to do specialized content for social networks.
The rest of his family joined his revolution on the internet when you launch the section of the “Table red” on Facebook.
In addition, his third film in the series “Bad Boys” was a box-office success at the beginning of the year.