Watch All Four Willow Smiths Sing In Her New Artistic Music Video

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Willow Smith has taken her music game to a whole new level.

It's been years since Will and Jada Pinkett Smith's daughter whipped her hair on to the music scene, and now she has a totally different vibe in the video for her new song "F Q-C #7" (pronounced 'Frequency Number Seven').

In the artistic video, which she co-directed, Willow rocks tribal face paint, runs through fields, and shows off her impressive vocal range near a lake and in the streets. There are also four different Willows in the video, which she told Fader in an e-mail, "represent my Chakras."
"Yellow is Self-confidence, Blue is my voice (song), Red is my survival instinct, and the Black is a combination of everything (the true me)," she continued. Willow wrote and produced the song herself, in which she sings about climbing trees, skipping class and jumping in creeks.
The tune is a tribute to a few people she admires, with the 14-year-old adding, "Girlpool, tUnE-yArDs, and Cree Summer really were the women who inspired me to make this song."

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