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Snippet of Willow Smith's New Song Hits the Web

December 22, 2010, 7:16 am GMT

Reportedly recorded for her upcoming album, the untitled song is a fun dance track with some catchy hook.

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Following the success of her debut single "Whip My Hair", Willow Smith moves on to preparing her first ever studio album. Details about the effort might remain under wraps, but an audio snippet claimed to be her new song has come out, giving a clue on what to expect from this little girl. Like "Whip My Hair", this new one features upbeat sound with catchy hook.

The album is expected to be released next year. One of the people who helps Willow is singer/songwriter Jessie J. She told the Daily Record, "I am being sent stuff to do for Willow Smith. I would love to do a song with her, though I think she would show me up because she is amazing and would have an incredible hairstyle."

Beside a new album, next for Willow will be a tour with fellow young star Justin Bieber. She will be supporting the Canadian pop idol on the upcoming European leg of his My World tour which is going to begin in March next year. Before traveling across Europe, she will ring in 2011 at "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest".

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