Willow Smith Covers Kid Cudi’s ‘All Along’ [VIDEO]

January 3, 2012 2:00 pm
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International 11-year-old superstar Willow Smith‘s young career already boasts a US platinum record with hit “Whip My Hair” and her collaboration with Nicki Minaj in “Fireball”, and now the youngster is going above and beyond by bolstering her YouTube fans with covers of her favorite musicians.

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Recently, Willow performed a keyboard cover of Kid Cudi‘s song “All Along”, and nailed it! During a recent interview with Idolator, Willow cited Kid Cudi’s Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager as her favorite album to listen to in 2011, because “it’s different, and it has a lot of feeling.”  Not only did Willow do the song justice vocally, but this may also indirectly lend credibility to a rumored collaboration between Willow and Kid on her upcoming debut album, Knees & Elbows  which is due out April 3.

 

 

“All Along”

[Verse 1:]
When the days change
So does my attitude
I’m messy at home
I eat a lot of junk food
when the nights change
So do my nightmares too
I dream reality is my dream[Chorus:]
All along all along I guess I’m meant to be alone
All along all along I guess I’m meant to be alone
Out there on my own, yeah[Verse 2:]
When the weeks change the rumors change too
I’m addicted to highs, would you like to know why
When the months change so do my love point of views
I don’t want what I need, what I need hates me
what I need hates meI know all along all along
I know I’m meant to be alone
It’s crazy but all along all along
I knew I was meant to be alone
Out there on my own, yeahSuppose somehow the lion-hearted failed to win
Who will be the villain or the strangers waiting for him
Suppose somehow the lion-hearted failed to smile
who will be the villain or the strangers waiting for him[Chorus:]
All along all along I guess I’m meant to be alone
All along all along I guess I’m meant to be alone
Out there on my own, yeahVIA Idolator.com, Rap-Up.com

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