surprised Jada Pinkett Smith
for Mother's Day by giving recognition to her mother's previous metal band, Wicked Wisdom.
During Wednesday's scene of their Facebook
Watch series, "Red Table Talk" — which they have with Pinkett Smith's mom, Adrienne Banfield Norris — Smith astonished the entertainer with an exhibition highlighting individuals from her previous band.
"At the point when I was ... around 3 or 4, I went on visit with my mother and her band, Wicked Wisdom," Smith says in an account that played during the scene. "Mischievous Wisdom was lit. This is the music
that I grew up around, my mom was a superwoman, she was a hero, she was a fighter and a nurturer across the board."
"So proudly boss," she added.
Smith proceeded to perform Wicked Wisdom's melody, "Drain All Over Me," with Pinkett Smith's previous musicians, Pocket Honore and Taylor Graves, as Pinkett Smith and Banfield Norris moved along.
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In 2006, Pinkett Smith revealed to Billboard that making the progress from acting to music expected her to change the discernments individuals had about her.
"It's been somewhat similar to this unwinding, this little revelation about Jada that no one thought about," she said. "This music and this picture is totally not quite the same as the persona that individuals know me as. It's decent when you can separate those insights and change thoughts."
Pinkett Smith posted a clasp of her girl's exhibition on Instagram recently, composing that Smith's unexpected made her "heart burst in 1,000 distinct ways."
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