The easy afternoon track talks moonstone, mecca and an ancient comet.
Jaden Smith and his younger sister Willow Smith make their way out of Le Pain Quotidien after a low-key lunch on Thursday (May 21) in Calabasas, Calif. The brother-sister duo was joined by some bodyguards for the afternoon outing. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Jaden Smith Jaden was seen carrying his own water [...]
We’ve already established that Willow Smith is as free as a strange bird and that she is my, our chosen leader. Her latest song is an airy heartbeat of a groove that totally has me swaying and wanting to meander through the forest on a nature adventure. Read more...
A vampire, a glistening rock star, Dali-esque tableaus, and some Willow Smiths all make appearances in this week's best videos. The post Audio Visuals: Vampires Will Water Ski for Love appeared first on WIRED.
Willow Smith just released the music video for her brand new song “F Q-C #7? aka “Frequency Number Seven.” “The different Me’s represent my Chakras,” the 14-year-old daughter of Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith told The Fader about her new vid. It’s the first video she’s released in several years. “Yellow is Self-confidence, Blue is [...]
I 100% believe that Willow Smith would spend time in an all-white room playing a xylophone. What else does a teenager who doesn't believe time is real and says things like "because living" do with her time? I mean, Will Smith's daughter...Show More Summary
I've watched the video and heard the song, and let me tell you, I never thought I would be so desperate to hear "Whip My Hair" again. More » Willow Smith’s New Music Video Is Really Great If You Like To Hear Xylophones Dying is a post from Crushable - Entertainment, Hot Guys, Movies and Celebrity News.
All I want is for the live-action Jem and the Holograms to essentially be the Josie and the Pussycats movie with more canon LGBTQ+ relationships, but a lot of these images seem less campy than I'd hoped.
Ever since Willow Smith’s “Whip My Hair” was released, we’ve been waiting to hear more tunes from the spunky 14-year-old. Well, we don’t have to wait any longer because Willow’s new music video for "F Q-C #7" is everything we ever needed...Show More Summary
You could probably make a case for a much different 5 Best Songs this week — your parallel-universe list might include Tame Impala, Willow Smith, Elvis Depressedly, Vennart, and/or Moses Sumney. You would still end the week with a really good bunch of songs. It would be hard, though, to envision any 5 Best Songs […]
Willow Smith’s hair-whipping days are just adorable memories of the past now. The eclectic child of Will and Jada Pinkett Smith continues to showcase her mature sound and artistic vision with the new video for her latest single, “F Q-C #7." Continue reading…
Willow Smith has raised eyebrows with her new single “F Q-C #7,” as the entertainer’s teen angst reveals itself in a bizarre music video for the single. In it, the… READ ON
With every new song, Willow Smith’s music continues to evolve from Whip My Hair into freewheeling, blissful R&B. Her (...)
The lil’est Smith climbs trees, skips class, and rocks a mean pair of overalls in the colorful new video for F Q-C #7.
For the first time in two years, Willow Smith has released a music video. The video, “F-Q-C #7,” comes after two weeks after she released a single of the same name. Eclectic and sparse, “F Q-C #7? a.k.a. “Frequency Number Seven,” was produced by Willow herself. During a recent interview with FADER, the young musician explained her Keep Reading ?
Willow Smith Releases “F Q-C #7? Music Video We have NO idea what’s going on here. Do you? Image via VEVO
There are exactly 9 nine amazing things about this Willow Smith musical event, “F Q-C #7,” and ONLY 9, because that’s an odd number. Read more...
Willow Smith is whipping her hair back and forth no longer. Instead, she's playing the xylophone for her first music video in two years! Two weeks ago, the 14-year-old debuted her song F Q-C #7 (aka Frequency Number Seven) exclusively on Tidal. Now, the song has a wider release with Smith's new music video, which she co-directed! [ [...]
Even if Willow Smith's catchy 2010 hit "Whip My Hair" wasn't your jam, you might still really enjoy the video for her latest song, "F Q-C #7." (It's pronounced "Frequency Number Seven," so don't worry about having to say that out loud.) It's a complete departure from the pop sound you might associate with her. Show More Summary