Willow Smith’s ’21st Century Girl’ Video Premieres!

Willow Smith's '21st Century Girl' Video Premieres!

Willow Smith is having a great year!

Still riding high on the success of her chart-topping single, Whip My Hair, the 10-year-old pop sensation has just released the new video for her latest song, 21st Century Girl.

Smith, who just won the NAACP Image Award for Outstanding New Artist, is currently on the road getting ready to “rock the beat” as the opening act for teen heartthrob, Justin Bieber, on the international leg of his tour.

Check out Willow’s new video here!

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Photo credit: Bauer Griffin

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  1. cassidy

    Willow is nothing but a copycat. She copy from Rhianna and lady gaga. This song is similar to kesha song. She mimics what her parents said and do.

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  2. Goddess

    Give the kid a break man! If she wants to be an artist and is imitating the best in the business, there is absolutely nothing wrong with that. She just needs to remember she is a child and enjoy being one. I think she is an extremely talented young lady and you gotta give Jack his jacket, even with all her parents’ money, they can’t buy her talent and i think she is doing quite well.

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    • Anonymous

      NEPOTISM much?? Talent NOT (and I mean NOT) required! So tired of even hearing about this little black girl that famous parents made…Really? WTH! The parody of “Whip my Hair” by Jimmy Fallon and Bruce Springsteen was the best thing to come from the SMITH family in a LONG time!!!!!! Put the kid back in school. She is going to need a quality education.

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  3. Goddess

    Anonymous,
    Seriously stop hating on the kid. Listen, if you came from privilege, the same thing would happen for you, whether it be movies or just opportunities that is not accessible to the average Joe. Furthermore, why do you have to refer to her as the little black girl, why can’t she just be a little girl? It is not necessary. You are obviously ignorant for bashing on the kid. I do agree with you though about the education part, and feel like Will and Jada are in lala land by not paying attention to this kid and where she may end up in this adult world. At the end of the day, it is all an illusion and she obviously chose them as parents because she wanted the attention in this present life. I’m just sayin!

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  4. Melania

    All your negative comments do is make you look jealous. She’s a talented kid and why shouldn’t she go for it? No reason not to. Good on you, Willow!

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  5. Goddess

    And so what if we are jealous? It is a natural human emotion. As a matter of fact, i sure wish i had a rich Daddy and Mommy who could pull a few strings for me and make my journey a bit easier. Just sayin!

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  6. Anonymous

    To Anonymous at 5:58PM. Why did you find it necessary to refer to Willow as this “little black girl” why not refer to her as little girl or kid. Give me a break.

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  7. Anonymous

    Exactly^^^ shes a kid “period” her race has nothing to do with it. Im mixed would that make a difference or would it be hard for you to put me in a category (jackass). Now im pretty sure if It was al little tim mcgraw running around singing you would probably be stuck up his or her ass. If you dont like her music. GET OVER IT. but to bash her altogether.
    1. it shows your IGNORANT
    2. It shows how much of an adult you really are Lol IF you are one.
    and 3. Go to hell :) that is all

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