Jan 15, 2013 12:55PM

Listen: Willow & Jaden Smith's Trip-Hop Track

A collaboration from the coolest kids alive.

Instead of fighting over whose turn it is to play Neopets on the computer like normal siblings, Jaden (14) and Willow Smith (12) have been dropping dope beats in the studio and rapping about skipping classes on their new single 'Kite'. Having matured musically since her 'Whip My Hair' days (released when she was basically an infant, then 9), Willow forgoes the auto-tune in favour of stripped-back vocals laid over a minimal, trip-hop beat. Meanwhile, her brother adopts a syrup-y style of delivery — let's hope the only purple drank he's hitting is Ribena.

What we'd give to hang out at their house after school... They probably have a rollercoaster in their backyard like Richie Rich. Oh, to be young and free.

Ingrid Kesa

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