How would it feel for you, as a legend, to have a young artist paying tribute to you, well for Will Smith, he posted on Instagram that the new Joyner track released two months ago made him feel ‘humbled and honored.’
Lucas Joyner made a stunning track paying tribute to his legend, then followed it up with a video that showed the public life and career moments of the rap legend, creating this collage that took us through memory lane, as Joyner stated ‘my life is a flick.’
In turn, Will jumped on the founder of Tully App’s track and laced up an impressive verse. The rapper from Philadelphia pays tribute to his icons, including; the likes of the late James Avery, his wife Jada Pinkett-Smith, James Avery, Martin Lawrence, James, Irving, Nelson Mandela, Jazzy Jeff, and his children.
Will, who is also an accomplished actor, recalls how he made it in the entertainment industry and how he overcame negativity to succeed in life. ‘Sixty million records sold, I was on fire, I ain’t even need a grill/ Did it all with no cuss words, I ain’t have to curse just to keep it real’ Will Smith raps. ‘Even when the streets call me corny, I still ain’t ever let the hate break me/ I just wanted the respect first, I still ain’t ever let the fame change me,’ he declares.