Will Smith Raps His Life’s History With Jimmy Fallon on ‘Tonight Show’

Will Smith is here to help us to remember how he got one of the greatest celebrities on the planet!

The Bad Boys For Life star joined Jimmy Fallon on Thursday’s The Tonight Show, and the two rapped a marvellous and shockingly extensive history of Smith’s great career throughout all these years.


“It was weird doing it with you,” Smith said with a sheepish laugh.

“I understand, I’m not a rapper,” Fallon admitted, joking that he felt like he was doing his best Beastie Boys impression.”


Will Smith has had one of the most striking and surprising professions of any superstar, but then he figured out how to separate it in under three minutes with Jimmy Fallon when they introduced “The History of Will Smith.”

Will talked about his early days with his best friend DJ Jazzy Jeff as they tried to make parents understand. “Then I was rapping just to make bus fare, then I moved in with my auntie and uncle in Bel-Air,” he rapped.

This was effectively one of the best time personal histories we’ve at any point experienced, and an extraordinary groundwork to toss notwithstanding any individual who dares state they’re truly curious about Will Smith.

Smith and Fallon also cover the most important parts of Smith’s personal life, including his marriage to Jada Pinkett Smith (“’97 married Jada, and she still set it off/Any questions? You and she can have a Red Table Talk”) as well as fatherhood (“Cuz Trey is the Ace, Jaden’s a force/Willow came and told ya ‘whip your hair back and forth'”).

Also, for super-fans of the rapper and on-screen character, it’s an extraordinary token of exactly how much he’s done in his profession and what an effect he’s made in various zones of the excitement circle. What’s more, for what it’s worth, he’s still got that killer flow of his.