Willow Smith Debuts New Music Video

Willow Smith shows off her vocal talent in her video F-Q-C #7. The little fireball is in control of her music. The song title is pronounced “Frequency Number Seven.”

The 14-year-old wrote and produced the song; she also co-directed the video. In the video the quirky rebel is a one girl band, singing, playing two instruments, and a pad controller.

willow_5_ultx1nThe so of grungy ninties-esque video shows four Willows wearing blue, red, yellow, and black – all monochromatic looks. In an interview with The Fader Willow said, “The different Me’s represent my Chakras. Yellow is Self-confidence, Blue is my voice (song), Red is my survival instinct, and the Black is a combination of everything (the true me).”

In the song, Will and Jada Pinkett Smith’s daughter sings, “I’ve been climbing in trees and skipping my class now, don’t place your blame on me!”

Jaden Smith’s explosive tween sister said she drew inspiration for the song from the band Girlpool, willow_9_qtr1fqCree Summer, and tUnE-yArDs.

Back in April, Willow tweeted Girlpool to say, “You inspire me on an unprecedented level. So much love for both of you and your creations. Let’s climb a trees together !”