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Willow Smith wanted to be like famous parents
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NEW YORK (AP) - Willow Smith started out as an actress, but she decided to try her hand at music because she wanted to be famous like her parents.
Now the 9-year-old daughter of Will and Jada Pinkett Smith is well on her way. Her song “Whip My Hair” is a viral success and hits iTunes on Tuesday; an album on Jay-Z’s Roc Nation label is due out sometime next year.
Willow says “Whip My Hair” is about individuality, and she wants to teach people to be themselves and do what they think is good.
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