WILL SMITH MAKES AKA THE FRESH PRINCE RETURN TO RAP WITH JOYNER LUCAS WILL REMIX AND ALL THE OTHER DEEPLY DETAILS WHICH SHOULD YOU KNOW EVERYTHING

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American rapper Joyner Lucas had the world fo gaga following his tribute track Will for Hollywood star will Smith which released in the month of the March. One got to see Lucas in various attires and avatar strikingly similar to his idol Will Smith’s character right from the latter TV series The Fresh Prince Bel-Air to his musical-fantasy film Aladdin.

Will Smith recently collaborated with Joyne Lucas and fans were reminded that the Bad Boys actor was been still capable of spitting out a fire verse. On May 15, Joyner dropped the remix for his ADHD, titled Will which featured the rapper turned actor. Will had been in the rap scene since 1985, and went by the name Fresh prince, and was with DJ Jazzy Jeff. After two months serving up the ultimate Big Willie tribute, Lucas has released the remix for Will which, fittingly, featuring the musical stylings of the titular will.

Smith drooped in last album more than 15 years, Lost and Found, but the 51-year-old hasn’t the skills that be helped him win the first Grammy Award for the Best Rap Performance in 1989. The Prioritized acting over the last few decades, recent years have seen him been periodically dipped back into music. Just he gets inspired enough to go back and make these movie theme songs that he previously skipped over for some reason.

During his career, Will Smith had a dropped four albums: Big Willie Style (1997), Willenium (1999), Born to Reign (2002), and Lost and Found (2005). Everyone one of these albums was certified RIAA gold or platinum.