WATCH: Willow Smith Sings About “Climbing Trees” And “Skipping Class” In Music Video For “F Q-C #7”
Willow Smith released the music video for her latest single “F Q-C #7” (pronounced Frequency Number 7) on Thursday. In the video, the 14-year-old Smith sings about “climbing trees” and “skipping class,” and also introduces her four Chakras. See the video below.
In a statement to The FADER, which debuted the music video, Smith explains that the four different versions of herself in the video represents her four Chakras. “Yellow is self-confidence, Blue is my voice (song), Red is my survival instinct, and Black is a combination of everything (the true me),” says Smith.
She also revealed that she wrote the song herself after being inspired by her favorite band Girlpool, as well as self-produced and co-directed the video. “Writing the F Q-C #7 video and bringing it into reality was one of the most exhilarating experiences in my life,” tweeted Smith, adding, “For my republic I stand.”
In the music video, Smith’s black Chakra is seen running and dancing in a field, and sitting by a creek as she sings, “I’m just climbing trees and skipping class now. Don’t place your blame on me… I’ve been climbing in trees and jumping in creeks for you right now.” Check out Willow Smith’s video for “F Q-C #7” below, and tell us what you think.