Will Smith's daughter has revealed her new song is supposed to be an inspiration to people.
Willow, nine, says her track 'Whip My Hair' is telling people to be themselves and not be influenced by negative peer pressure.
She said: "'Whip My Hair' means don't be afraid to be yourself, and don't let anybody tell you that that's wrong. Because the best thing is you."
Willow - who is also an aspiring actress and starred with her father Will in 'I Am Legend' - also revealed the idea for the Warriorettes, the gang she dances with in the video for 'Whip My Hair', was her and her mother Jada Pinkett Smith's idea.
She told MTV News: "Me and my mom first came up with Willowettes, and then we came up with Warriorettes. It takes a warrior to stand up for themselves and not let anybody tell them that what they're wearing or what they're saying or what they're doing is wrong."
Willow - whose brother Jaden Smith, 11, recently starred in 'The Karate Kid' -is now signed to Jay-Z's Roc Nation record label.