Will Smith Is Back In The Rap Game
Months after Joyner Lucas put out a tribute to will smith.
A remix was released on Friday 15th may 2020 featuring the legend himself will smith.
After Joyner Lucas shared the video for the ADHD single,
Will smith personally posted a video on his Instagram saying how much he appreciated the tribute.
He was impressed with the track, and now fans are eating up his latest return to the world of rap.
in wills verse he says he like a prince who turned to a king,
He said he was inspired by Nelson Mandela and Muhammed Ali, he also said ”I love that you think I’m perfect but I had plenty of mistakes and burden”.
He also gave a shoutout to he’s grandma he said ”My grandmama thought I was worth it
She always guided me when I was searchin’ (Searchin’).
I wouldn’t be me if it wasn’t for her (I wouldn’t be Will)”.Will also said on he’s the verse “Must’ve forgot that I get busy
They must’ve forgot who invented ‘Get Jiggy,'” Will raps on the remix. “Back before there was streaming sales, Way before all the iTunes and the fans had to get CDs still / Sixty million records sold, I was on fire, I ain’t even need a grill / Did it all with no cuss words, I ain’t have to curse just to keep it real.”
It’s been 15 years since Smith’s last album, “Lost and Found,” but he hasn’t lost the musical prowess that won him four Grammy awards, including one in 1989 for best rap performance.
Will still have a smooth flow and doesn’t curse in he’s verses, is the legend back in rap game again??. That’s a question that needs to be answered.