Willow Smith Gets Multiplied in Music Video for 'F Q-C #7'


Willow Smith Gets Multiplied in Music Video for 'F Q-C #7'


'Yellow is self-confidence, Blue is my voice [song], Red is my survival instinct, and the Black is a combination of everything [the true me],' the singer explains four different versions of her.
Last month, Willow Smith dropped a new song called "F Q-C #7" exclusively on Jay-Z's Tidal. Now, she has made the track available for everyone as she premiered its official music video via The Fader on Thursday, May 7.

This is Willow's first visuals in two years. It sees four different versions of Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith's daughter singing and playing three different instruments. Between performing in an all-white room, the teen walks around the town in a Tupac Shakur T-shirt and climbs the trees.



Willow co-directed the video. She explained the concept to The Fader, telling them that the four versions of her represent her Chakras. "Yellow is self-confidence, Blue is my voice [song], Red is my survival instinct, and the Black is a combination of everything [the true me]," she said.

"F Q-C #7", pronounced "Frequency Number 7", was written and produced by Willow herself. She cited her favorite band Girlpool as the inspiration behind the tune. "Girlpool, tUnE-yArDs and Cree Summer really were the women who inspired me to make this song," she revealed.


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