Will Smith Makes a Return to Rap with Joyner Lucas’ ‘Will’ Remix!

The actor shows that he’s still the same old Fresh Prince 

Will Smith recently collaborated with Joyner Lucas and fans were reminded that the Bad Boys actor was still capable of spitting out a fire verse.

On May 15, Joyner dropped the remix for his ADHD track, 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. Will made sure to give his thanks to all those who helped him get where he was through the song.

Will’s rap career 


The original song was released on March and it had Lucas paying homage to Smith’s TV and movie career from roles in The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Men in Black, The Pursuit of Happyness, I, Robot among other roles.

The song left a big impression on the actor who said how “humbled and honoured” he was to see it, and this would be his way of repaying Lucas.

Smith proved those who thought he lost his control over the verses over the years that he’s still pretty much top dog. Fans in both Twitter and Instagram were very supportive and sang his praises after hearing the song.

There was news about new music coming from Will when he told TMZ in January that he could be releasing a new album. But he didn’t mention anything afterwards.

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

We are very grateful for the actor in keeping us entertained during these tough times as we are all dealing with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.