Willow Smith Transformation ★ From Baby To Now


Willow Smith is an American actress, singer, and dancer. When Smith was barely seven, she made her acting debut in her father Will Smith’s super hit film ‘I Am Legend.’

She followed it up with her performance in the 2008 comedy-drama film ‘Kit Kittredge: An American Girl,’ for which she was honored with a ‘Young Artist Award.’ Just when her acting career took off, Smith surprised her fans and family by storming into the music scene with her single ‘Whip My Hair.’

The song went on to become a super hit, featuring in a number of music charts in the US and the UK. She then went on to establish herself as a singer-songwriter by signing to Jay-Z’s ‘Roc Nation’ record label, thus becoming the youngest artist signed to ‘Roc Nation.’

In 2015, she released her debut studio album ‘Ardipithecus’ through ‘Roc Nation.’ Interestingly, Smith’s musical skills have surprised her family more than anyone else! Her mother Jada Pinkett Smith has been quoted saying “I don’t know where that voice came from. She sings like she’s a grown woman. I have no idea, but she’s something. Music is her thing.”

Born October 31, 2000 in Los Angeles, California, USA
Birth Name Willow Camille Reign Smith
Nickname Will
Height 5′ 7″ (1,7 m)

Jada Pinkett Smith & Will Smith’s daughter.
Trey Smith’s younger half-sister & Jaden Smith’s little sister.

She and her father Will Smith both had movies opening 2 July, 2008. His was Siêu Nhân Cái Bang (2008), hers was Kit Kittredge: An American Girl (2008).
Niece of Caleeb Pinkett. Granddaughter of Adrienne Banfield-Jones.

According to the announcement of her birth printed in people magazines passages column for November 14th 2000 Willow weighed 3.005087 kilos or 6 lbs 10 oz at birth a perfectly healthy weight for a full term baby.
Her net worth is $4 million.

The youngest artist ever to sign with Jay-Z’s record label Roc Nation.
Name is an alteration of her father’s name, Will Smith.

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