Actor Will Smith is singing again more than 15 years after he dropped his last album, Lost and Found.
And what a way to stage a comeback, rapping with Joyner Lucas who in March released a well-deserved tribute to him.
The remix, Will, was released on Friday and is enjoying exciting reactions worldwide.
The remix shows that the 51-year-old hasn’t lost the skills that helped him win the first Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance in 1989.
“You feelin’ like me? I feel like a prince that turned to a king, found me a queen, started a family and got me a team. [I’m] on top of my dreams,” Smith raps in the remix.
Then he gives a shout out to all those who have inspired him, starting with Nelson Mandela.
Others are the basketball great Julius Erving and legendary boxer Muhammad Ali, who died in 2016 at age 74.
Smith played Ali in the 2001 “Ali” film.
Multi-talented Will Smith is a good rapper no doubt.
But over the decades, he has prioritised acting over music.
And occasionally, music pulls him back.