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The visuals takes viewers to the Akihabara district in Tokyo, Japan, as the rapper shows off his kamehameha power.

AceShowbiz - Jaden Smith has gained super power in the music video for "Goku" which was released on Monday, December 3. Directed by himself, the visuals takes viewers to the Akihabara district in Tokyo, Japan, and sees the rapper and actor transforming into an anime superhero as he spits the "Dragon Ball Z"-inspired song's fast-moving flows.

"Ayy, yeah, uh I feel like I'm Goku/ Look at 'em/ Yeah, come again," he raps while flexing his super power. "Ballin' I feel like I'm Goku/ Ayy, my credit card didn't go through/ I'm ballin' I feel like I'm Goku/ Goku, ballin' I feel like I'm Goku."

At one point in the visuals, his kamehameha power proves to be too much as people on the street start avoiding him. He finally calms down and controls his power in the end, and that is when people start walking around normally again. Meanwhile, Jaden decides to leave the scene.

"Goku" serves as the second single off Jaden's second studio album "The Sunset Tapes: A Cool Tapes Story" that hit the stores in early October. In a statement released via Instagram, the son of Will Smith said of the album, "I dedicate this album to the Females in my life […] Even my Xs--the ones I'm in communication with, and the ones that I'm not."

He continued, "All those times by The Beach, in The Hills, in The City, or in The Valley listening to the Beatles, thank you. I love you."

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It appears the music video for "Goku" won't be the only visuals that fans will get from Jaden. He was recently spotted filming a music video in New York along with a friend, though it's unknown which track that will get a music video treatment. He was seen walking down the street in the city and showing off his skateboarding skill.

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