F Q-C #7

Album: Single release only (2015)
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  • This song is a shout-out to some of Willow Smith's favorite fellow teens and musical performers. She told Fader: "Girlpool, tUnE-yArDs, and Cree Summer really were the women who inspired me to make this song."
  • The unusual song title is pronounce as "Frequency Number Seven."
  • The song's musical video was co-directed by Willow and features four different colorful versions of the teenage singer, often in the same frame. She explained the meaning behind her clones: "The different me's represent my Chakras," explained Willow. "Yellow is Self-confidence, Blue is my voice (song), Red is my survival instinct, and the Black is a combination of everything (the true me)."
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