Interesting that quite a few people mentioned you saw my blinker in the youtube comments. I've been listening to the track more and more and it is growing on me. I do agree with others in that doing something completely different and dropping it out of nowhere is a great way to test the waters. Judging by the press coverage and over 1 million views in 24 hours Will should be confident there is a huge appetite for him to return to music. This can only increase our confidence he will drop his album this year. The raps from Will are clean and sound great, his voice still sounds fantastic and he raps with great energy. 47? Who cares, it's great to have the fresh prince back on the mic. I can imagine a great video for this song. the music at 2:10 is probably my favourite and it is a great breakdown. I imagine this will be big throughout europe and the clubs, and Will is going to come back with his first official single before christmas. FRESH PRINCE DONT CALL IT A COMEBACK!! Woo!
I think Will's rap is fire!! I love it.. I think the actual song is complete garbage.. It's typical EDM with exactly the same beat..same breaks.. that braindead kids on drugs get hype to. It's good to have Will back on the mic tho. Why hasn't he got in the studio with Jeff yet tho?
I like that it isn't though...it's one of the true albums and we haven't heard one like this in a long time...it's supposed to be listened to from start to finish..that's the experience..that's the story
this is rubbish that Sony are going to do Bad Boys 3 without Michael Bay - that is his franchise!
EXCLUSIVE: Sony Pictures has been building up its franchises quickly, and now I’m hearing that Bad Boys 3 is looking like a strong possibility to get going. Safe House scribe David Guggenheim wrote a strong draft that now has Joe Carnahan in early talks to do a quick pass to possibly direct. I’m hearing this is all moving quickly as the studio wants to have the movie for Will Smith to consider as his next slot afterSuicide Squad. Smith starred in the first two high-action films with Martin Lawrence in 1995 and 2003. which Michael Bay directed. Carnahan certainly has that combustible style that goes with the franchise. He most recently directed the superb thriller The Grey. Stay tuned.