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The actor allegedly will develop the upcoming musical with Willow Smith taking the titular role and Jay-Z doing the music.
DJ Jazzy Jeff, who is Will Smith's partner at DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince, reveals he is working on some tracks for the young singer.
The 'Turn My Sway On' hitmaker claims he helped writing Smith's hit song, tweeting 'THATS WHY SHE SAYS HOP OUT THE BED TURN MY SWAG ON.'
Ke$ha rode on the shoulders of Santa Claus, Drizzy showed off his 'Good Time' and 'Fancy', while Willow whipped her hair back and forth.
The 'Whip My Hair' hitmaker doesn't rule out possibility to cover Will Smith's 1988 hit single 'Parents Just Don't Understand', praising it as 'a great song.'
Continuing the tradition of listing hottest new music acts of the year, AceShowbiz brings to attention the likes of Jackie Evancho, B.o.B and Lee DeWyze as breakthrough artists of 2010.
In one shoot, Willow is seen sporting a floor-length braided hair extension, yellow cheerleader mini skirt and pompoms.
Reportedly recorded for her upcoming album, the untitled song is a fun dance track with some catchy hook.
Defying her parents' orders to avoid social networking sites, the 10-year-old singer has her computer taken away by her parents for a month.
The group's 'The Time (Dirty Bit)' enjoys a soar of sale after their 'X Factor' performance, blocking 'Whip My Hair' from taking the throne.
When Justin Bieber and his entourage fly to Europe next March for a number of live concerts, he will tag along little sister Willow Smith.
Along with Far East Movement, Smith is looking forward to be the best new act and successor of Justin Bieber.
Channeling his inner Neil Young, Fallon who was later joined by Bruce Springsteen delivered 'Whip My Hair' using the slow beat of Rick Price's 'If You Were My Baby'.
Joining them on the presenters list are Christina Milian, Lady Antebellum, Mandy Moore, Sheryl Crow, Heidi Klum and Samuel L. Jackson among others.
Willow Smith inspires children of her age with chart-busting single 'Whip My Hair', encouraging them not to be afraid of expressing themselves.