Will Smith's 14-year-old son Jaden Smith is growing up fast. The youngster has taken the opposite route of Will Smith who started his young career as a rapper before going into TV and eventually becoming one of the world's biggest movie stars. "The Fresh Prince" should be proud after the release of his son's new music video. Jaden Smith's black and white music video following the youngster through Brooklyn is impressive. Jaden also shows off some of his rap skills in the "Hello" music video.
The video for "Hello" has a very old school rap feel. The video is shot in black and white and directed by Moises Arias. The video follows the 14-year-old as he literally says "Hello" to fellow New Yorkers while walking through Brooklyn and rapping. To be honest, it's an impressive video for a 14-year-old.
Jaden's dad, Will, is known for being a huge movie star and his TV show "The Fresh Prince of Bel Air," but he originally was a rapper in the 80's alongside DJ Jazzy Jeff. After his TV show got popular, Smith's popularity skyrocketed. Since then Smith has been an "A" list celebrity, starring in movies like "Men in Black," "Independence Day," and "Bad Boys."
Will Smith put his then eight-year-old son Jaden in the movie "Pursuit of Happyness" alongside him. Jaden also starred alongside Jackie Chan in the 2010 remake of "The Karate Kid." Taking the opposite route as his famous dad, Jaden has since gone from movies into music with his October 2012 mixtape "The Cool Cafe."
Being the son of a famous celebrity has resulted in plenty of rumors surrounding Jaden's dating life. The most recent rumor involves Jaden and fellow celebrity child Kylie Jenner. The pair were spotted recently (March 3) out on a lunch date. A source told US Weekly that "They're dating."
15-year-old Kylie is the daughter of former Olympian Bruce Jenner and Kardashian's mom Kris Jenner. Kylie is sometimes seen on E!'s "Keeping Up With The Kardashians."
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