When ‘Don’t Worry Darling’s’ Harry Styles And His boys ‘One Direction’ Rapped Will Smith’s Namesake Song To Perfection

When ‘Don’t Worry Darling’s’ Harry Styles And His boys ‘One Direction’ Rapped Will Smith’s Namesake Song To Perfection

The prelude to a drama is something that best defines the show. Since the seventeenth century, Elizabethan dramatists have incorporated this in their plays and saw a huge engagement. Fast forwarding to the modern era, the choir somehow transformed into jazz, rock, and rap. One such popular prelude or theme song as we know it now is that of Fresh Prince of Bel-Air starring Will Smith.

This American television sitcom debuted on NBC on September 10, 1990, and ran there until May 20, 1996. Will Smith plays a fictionalized version of himself in the show, a street-smart lad from West Philadelphia. His lifestyle and that of his relatives in Bel Air frequently conflict in the series. The theme song sets the show’s premise as Smith raps, “…And I’d like to take a minute. Just sit right there. I’ll tell you how I became the prince of a town called Bel-Air…”

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What if we brought a One Direction rap performance for the theme song? Well, keep scrolling, and thank us later.

Back when One Direction performed a rap song from an American sitcom starring Will Smith

Apparently, in 2012, Harry Styles and his One Direction boys nailed the song by rapping it. Along with being a stupefying singer, Styles now set his foot on Hollywood with his first debut, Don’t Worry Darlings. By doing the unbelievable again, Styles reminded us of the 2012 rap performance that was a jaw-dropping revelation for all one-D fans.

In an interview with Nova FM, the RJ asked them to perform a few lines of the rap they have been doing on a few YouTube channels, and well, the boys won everyone’s heart by going, “Iiiiiin west Philadelphia, born and raised…” The 1-minute 35 seconds video recording has 37lac plus views and 102K likes. 

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If you haven’t vibed on this rap, pause for a while and enjoy 5 minutes of uninterrupted listening. Also, let us know in the comments below if you want One-D to get united again.

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