On This Day In Music History...
June 21, 1997: Will Smith debuts on the charts as a solo artist.
Formerly one half of duo D.J. Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince, Big Will broke onto the scene solo with his monster nineties hit "Men in Black (M.I.B.)". On the real though, why do we need galaxy defenders if the scariest thing these aliens have up their sleeves is a mean two-step?
Sidenote: I can't believe "Whip My Hair" has more views than "Men in Black"!
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