Almost everyone has watched MEN IN BLACK, and one couldn’t turn the cold shoulder towards that tall, hunky and fanciable man who swept away the audience with his splendid acting skills. Will Smith is not only a bigwig totem in acting but before he got the show on the road, he was an eminent rapper and launched many albums which were a blockbuster. We’ll let you know our top 3 best-loved.
BIG WILLIE STYLE (1997)
By this clock, will smith was an acclaimed celebrity who could have given up is mic undeniably didn’t abandon his music career and in fact, as a solo artist set the bars very high and made a business of 6 million dollars. More than being statuesque, he was eulogized for “candy” and “gettin jiggy with it” which were supernova.
ROCK THE HOUSE (1987)
Before becoming a virtuoso figure, he worked as a duo along with DJ Jazzy Jeff, a true incarnation of the rapper world became the candescent stars with this debut album. Smith’s portrayal of being a teenager was blithe and jovial. The paragon song “girls ain’t nothing but trouble” was his jocular point of view with women to which he sharp-witted launched “men ain’t nothing but trouble” to immaculate women point of view.
HE’S THE DJ, I’M THE RAPPER (1988)
First-ever double album in hip hop and rap to reach a pinnacle and sold around 3 million copies. Will smith along with DJ Jazzy Jeff delivered amenable and efficacious raps. The raps were prosaic about life in Philadelphia in a storytelling pattern and for their scrupulous work, the duo bagged the first-ever Grammy for a rap album in 1989 and will spur his acting extravaganza.
He carved a niche for himself in Hollywood and came out as a buoyant star, loved by the people all over the world and renowned as ‘the most powerful actor in Hollywood’ whose charisma never ceases to amaze people. Besides living an extravagant life, will smith is a fine husband along with a loving father and remains the talk of the town for all the bright reasons.