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Willow Smith To Appear On Oprah And Premiere New Song [Video Snippet]


Willow Smith continues her rocketship to stardom with an appearance on Oprah to debut her new single.

The 10-year-old superstar will premiere “21st Century Girl,” the follow-up to her breakout hit on Monday at 10:30 a.m. EST on “On-Air with Ryan Seacrest.” The dance record from her forthcoming Roc Nation debut will hit iTunes on Tuesday at midnight.

The hair whipper also shot a video for her new single,  and will perform it for the first time on “The Oprah Winfrey Show.”

Peep a snippet of the song tomorrow and let us know is this just a fad, or is Willow set to be around for awhile?



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  • Dara

    What’s the difference between Willow and other girls?
    Her Dad can afford to pay good composers and producers and purchase catchy songs for her. Most kids can produce singing like this in the studio.
    Cannot wait to hear her (lip-synching again?) on Oprah.

  • rin

    can she learn her multiple tables first? and study darwin?


    This young lady is very good. I am sure she can learn her multiple tables when she is on her way to the bank. And Darwin should be no problem.

  • GiGi

    Let’s keep it real, people. Multiplication tables are certainly relevant, but who needs Darwin when you have all that money? Besides, isn’t Willow an example of Darwin’s Theory of Evolution? She’s the result of the coupling of two in the species with the strongest survival traits. LOL! Now that I put it that way, maybe she SHOULD study Darwin. Understanding that she’s a result of her parents’ “genes” [read as “decisions”] might help her with the therapy she’s sure to need one day!

    I’d also like to remind people to keep the criticism to Will and Jada. THEY are at fault for Willow. Willow is a victim of her parents.

  • I like it. shes doing something for kids, which lets face it, theres not a lot for kids out there right now. I’m not big on the fact that it kinda sounds like everything out there, BUT it also has to do with the fact shes working with the same people everyone else is, once the weather gets nicer, this song will take off…its a summer song for sure.