Willow Smith's Chakras Dance to a Xylophone Beat in New Music Video 'F Q-C #7'
The teenager released her first music video in two years on Thursday
Willow Smith is back on the music scene – and she’s brought along an army of clones.
The video, in which Smith croons about climbing trees, skipping class, and even liking pics on Instagram, is the artist’s first music video in nearly two years, following 2013’s “Summer Fling.”
In “F Q-C #7,” pronounced “Frequency Number Seven,” Smith is cloned four times and wearing monochromatic ensembles in primary colors throughout most of the clip.
Smith, who co-directed the video, told The Fader that the clones represent her different chakras.
“Yellow is Self-confidence, Blue is my voice (song), Red is my survival instinct, and the Black is a combination of everything (the true me),” she said.
The xylophone-heavy song, which Smith wrote herself, was inspired by fellow teenagers and musicians, including “Girlpool, tUnE-yArDs, and Cree Summer.”
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The teenager first stepped on the music scene at age 10 with her viral hit “ Whip My Hair” in 2010.