Reunited And It Feels So Good: Will Smith And Jazzy Jeff Will Tour In 2016

Will Smith and DJ Jeffrey Townes of DJ Jazzy Jeff and The Fresh Prince pose at the afterparty for the premiere of Columbia Pictures’ “Seven Pounds” at the Armand Hammer Museum on December 16, 2008 in Los Angeles, California

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There’s always been a cloud of uncertainty hovering career Will Smith’s rapping career. Granted, The Fresh Prince has a bevy of accolades and platinum-selling albums, but he never quite left the game the right way. After rumors were sparked by Will and Jazzy’s interest in returning to music, Smith decided to set the mill on fire by speaking on a reunion with his acclaimed DJ.

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During his visit with Ellen, Will spoke on his desire of touring with Jazzy and pleasing the fans next year with something big. “So, we released our first record in 1986,” Will Smith said. “Girls Ain’t Nothing But Trouble was our first record, but by 1990 I was already on The Fresh Prince. So, in that time, we just we were getting started and I never actually had a chance to go on tour, so I really want to get out there and do it for real.”

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With a tour in sight for Will and Jazzy in 2016, this will mark their 2o-year anniversary from their inception into the rap game. So, it’s only right that they go out on top, right?


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