Joyner Lucas, American rapper-songwriter, has dropped the remix for ‘Will’, a song off ‘ADHD’, his latest album, featuring Will Smith, a movie star and fellow rapper.
In the album, which was released in March, Lucas had dedicated ‘Will’ — one of the hit-tracks — to Smith, examining the inspiring career of the actor.
The ‘Fresh Prince’ star and Lucas, born Gary Maurice, would later team up for the remix of the single.
On Thursday, Smith took to his social media page to announce that the much-awaited collaboration would be released on Friday.
“You all know I had to do it, Me and @joynerlucas dropping the remix on Friday!,” he had written.
The less than three-minute project sees Smith, who released ‘Lost and Found’, his last album, about 15 years ago, dazzling his numerous fans with his rap prowess.
It also sees the-year-old actor also chronicling prominent figures who had had significant influence on his career including Nelson Mandela and Muhammad Ali.
“You feeling like me? I feel like a prince that turned to a king. Found me a queen, started a family and got me a team. On top of my dreams, Joyner, I know you inspired by me like I was inspired by Nelson Mandela, I give him a rose for every endeavour,” Smith can be heard dropping some punchlines in his rap.
In the remix, the award-winning movie star also reflected on his personal journey in life and his determination to strive for more.
“I love that you think that I’m perfect but I have plenty mistakes and burdens,” he added.
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