Willow Smith Talks Style and Music With Teen Vogue

Willow SmithIs that Willow or Jada Pinkett?

Willow Smith gives early Jada nostalgia for her August 2014 Teen Vogue spread. Known for her bold and different freedoms than most adolescents her age, she’s taking the time to address trading in the fast lanes to child stardom for the normalcies of her remaining kid years.

Last year the youngest Smith surprised everyone when she dropped out of her father, Will Smith’s remake of Annie.

“To be honest, something inside me was just, like, Don’t,” she said as to why she gave up the role of a lifetime that now belongs to Quvezhane Wallis. “I’m very connected with my intuition.”

And by intuition that includes her fashion (“My style is who I am all the time, and who I am always changes”) as well as her hair color. In a series of flicks showing off her argyle socks and tie dye t-shirts, the singer declares her current color of choice, “Blondes do have more fun!”

However don’t get too comfortable with her current tresses. Since she made her debut with with “Whip My Hair” and became a 10-year-old international star we’ve seen alot of styles come and go, as well as musical aspirations. Despite worldwide success, she left the booth leaving fans unsure if a debut album would ever be released.

However talking with the magazine, she assures of a musical resurrection.

“I have enough songs to make an album, but most of the songs I don’t like. It’s going to be something outlandish, something that nobody can imagine, something that comes from me and only me. Something we need right now.”

You can read her interview in full in the Keshia cover featuring the bohemian teen.

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