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Will Smith Just Released A New Single, And We're Not Gettin' Jiggy With It

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During the 90s, Will Smith was obviously the Fresh Prince that we all knew and loved. His songs were basically the happiest rap songs around. They were upbeat, positive, and unlike other rap songs from the time, didn't use any bad language.

Whether he was 'Gettin Jiggy With It'...

Or heading down to 'Miami'

He brought us to the 'Wild Wild West'

And helped us learn about the super cool 'Men In Black'

But then it stopped being as important to have a song to match the movie so he stopped making them. The last movie he added his own song to was Hitch, which got the song 'Switch' to go along with it.

When he became one of the most popular movie stars in Hollywood, he seemed to leave his music career in the past, but he seems to have finally decided to make his comeback to the rap game.

For the first time in 10 years Will Smith has a new song, but honestly it's not what you might have expected...

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