Will Smith will be making a musical comeback, according to producer La Mar ‘Mars’ Edwards.
The hip-hop producer recently said in an interview that he was working with the musician turned actor and “bringing him back” to music.
According to XXL via The Guardian, Edwards was discussing Snoop Dogg, Wiz Khalifa and The Game, when he mentioned that Will Smith was “on the other line right now”. He added, “We’re working on Will Smith, bringing him back.”
Smith‘s last album was 2005’s Interscope-released ‘Lost And Found’. His debut solo LP ‘Big Willie Style’ was released in 1997 and was followed by 1999’s ‘Willennium’ and 2002’s ‘Born To Reign’.
The Pursuit Of Happyness star’s 10-year-old daughter Willow Smith has followed in her father’s musical footsteps, releasing her own single ‘Whip My Hair’ last year. She is currently working on her debut album.
The Smith family recently showed off their 25,000 sq foot Malibu home in Architectural Digest magazine. “Everything needed to be done by hand,” said Smith of his swanky, handcrafted home. “We wanted to feel the love and labour that went into every piece of this place.”