Willow is known for her viral hit 'Whip My Hair,' which started a bit of a teen craze and got her signed to a record deal. Despite the fact that follicles were such a key part of her earliest success, the 11-year-old daughter of Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith keeps drastically changing her locks.
Willow may only be 11-years-young, but the hair whipping singer is crushing hard on Tyler, The Creator of the rap collective Odd Future. The pop wunderkind posted a photo of her tiny self and tall Tyler on her Instagram account on Feb. 16 with the following caption: "Life is complete…Love Of My Life."
Willow Smith might only be 11 years old, but she's accomplished more in her few years than most people will in a lifetime. Despite her celebrity status, Willow -- who is the daughter of Will Smith and Jada Pinkett -- will surely remember this year for the rest of her life since when she drops her full length 2012 album.
Aside from what we've heard her do in the singles 'Whip My Hair' and 'Fireball,' and her Frank Ocean cover, no one's really sure what to expect from Willow Smith's upcoming debut album 'Knees and Elbows,' due April 3.
But we do know her favorite record of 2011 was Kid Cudi's 'Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager,' and in her most recent YouTube clip, she serves up a brief cover of the 'Moon
Willow Smith is totally into the holiday spirit. Last week, the 11 year old helped eight lucky NYC youngsters partake in a shopping spree at a Target in Harlem as part of the "Kids Helping Kids" campaign.
In addition to being a 'Fireball,' Willow Smith is also pretty well-mannered. On 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon,' the comic presented a thank you note the 'Whip My Hair' rhymer sent to him after he covered her biggest hit. He also had a surprise in store for the star -- a bumper car race!
Things get a little explosive in the video for the Willow and Nicki Minaj duet 'Fireball.' The vid opens with Star Wars credits, with words ascending against a black, starry sky. Nice touch, ladies. While there is the requisite amount of flames for a vid for a song with the word "fire" in the title, the most standout thing about the urban, semi apocalyptic clip? The way Willow dances in