Will Smith Returns To Rap After 10 Years With New ‘Fiesta’ Remix Song [Listen To Cover Audio]
Will Smith has returned as a rapper after 10 years. The “Suicide Squad” star gives his new remix song of Bomba Estereo’s “Fiesta.” Read more.
E! News reported that Smith’s new song “Fiesta” is rocking and is “one hell of a party.” It would be impossible for anyone to listen to the song without dancing.
The source further added that the 47-year-old rapper-turned-actor sings in both English and Spanish over the Colombian band Bomba Estereo’s dance anthem. The “Focus” actor has given a cool party track during his return as a rapper for the first time in 10 years.
Smith’s Facebook post titled “Felicidades to BOMBA ESTEREO on their Latin Grammy Nominations!” gave a clue that the rapper may have been planning for a collaboration with the Colombian band.
According to CoS, Smith actually heard the track during his recent trip to Colombia. He was inspired work on a remix with the music band Bomba Estereo, the Latin Grammy-nominated group.
The actor has still incorporated his humor in his new song also, with the lines, “Hola mamacita/ Go get me a beer-a/ The track is the heat/ I couldn’t let the beat go by without a feature.” He has been spitting these lines since his 2005’s “Lost and Found” LP, reported the source. The source further added that Smith has also referenced his old rap lines, “No gas in me, I’m a Tesla/ Teach game, sensei, professor/ Will Smith, Estereo, the Fresh One.” Hence, we could also hear a 2015 rapping version of his old lines in the new remix song.
The music video for the “Fiesta” remix has been filmed recently in Los Angeles. It is expected to be released soon. Until then, the rapper’s fans who are excited, listen to Will Smith’s “Fiesta” remix cover audio given below:
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