Every now and then, megastar actor Will Smith reminds us he used to be megastar rapper The Fresh Prince. Last year, he revisited his classics “Gettin’ Jiggy Wit It”, “Summertime”, and even the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air theme song. But, what about “Miami”, you say? Good question: At a recent block party down in the 305, Big Willie dusted off the South Beach hit.
Warner Bros. hosted the event, which celebrated the release of next week’s Suicide Squad with a new mural of the film, and to turn the heat up, Smith grabbed the mic, introduced his cast members, and took everyone back to 1998.
The real sight, however, was watching his co-stars — Margot Robbie (Harley Quinn), Karen Fukuhara (Katana), and Jay Hernandez (El Diablo) — dance along as he spit nostalgic bars about being “Nothin’ less than ill when we dress to kill/ And every time the ladies pass they be like, ‘Hi Will.'” Robbie and Fukuhara’s reaction when the crowd does that last phrase is pretty much everything.
Check out the video above (via ComicBook.com). Suicide Squad, which features Smith as a sharpshooter instead of a rapper, hits theaters on August 5th.