Will Smith celebrates the 15th year of the Willennium with his first song in more than a decade.

Will Smith celebrates the 15th year of the Willennium with his first song in more than a decade.
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Will Smith just released "Fiesta (Remix)," his first music track in over a decade. The song features Will rapping in Spanglish over noises that one might describe as a "dubstep-meets-Shakira-style-pop-mix" or "bad." The track is not something you can dance to or listen to, really. It's more of a conversation starter. As in: "Did you hear that new Will Smith song? Let's share a good long laugh about it before talking about anything else." You can listen to the whole song here if you dare put all your good feelings toward Will Smith as an actor on the line:

 

It will inevitably be used in a movie (if that movie is produced by Will Smith). It may also be used to teach Spanish to middle schoolers by a teacher in the Midwest who's completely out of touch. It's a shame. Chalk it up to one more atrocity Scientology has caused.

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