Willow Smith Talks About Maybe Remaking Her Father’s Song

Last Updated: December 29, 2010 at 6:56 pm

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Willow Smith, the superstar daughter of world renowned actor Will Smith, sat down to do an interview with Yahoo Music. They discussed her single, working with Jay-Z and whether or not she will remake her dad’s classic song, “Parents Just Don’t Understand.”

Willow did say that she is open to remaking her dad’s 1988 classic rap song. “There’s a possibility,” Willow said to Yahoo Music. “There’s a possibility that I will. It’s a really great song.”

9 year-old Willow Smith seems like the most confident and lively person you would ever meet, however she did not have any problem talking about how she felt when working with Jay-Z, the superstar rapper.

“He’s Jay-Z! He’s sold like over…I don’t even know how many albums he’s sold,” she said about their first meeting. “I was nervous because what if he said, ‘Willow why do you want to sing?’ And I’m like, ‘Because I want to sing.’ He’s going to be like, ‘Umm, OK.’ I was really nervous.”

Willow also said, despite her being nervous, that Jay-Z is actually a very supportive boss. She said that when she has an idea he accepts it, and doesn’t just say, “Oh that’s bad, I don’t like that.”

In addition, Willow Smith said that fans can expect some Smith family collaborations in the future, but she can’t give any details right now.


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