Joyner Lucas teams up with the man himself, Will Smith, for the official remix to his aptly-titled single Will.

The new version comes with an almost two-minute verse from the 51-year-old Will Smith, who replies Joyner’s praise by listing some of the legends who inspired him including Nelson Mandela, Julius Erving, Muhammad Ali, and Martin Lawrence.

However, he went on to pay his respect to the late James Avery, who played Uncle Phil on “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,” and reflects on his legacy, including 60 million records sold. “I was on fire, I didn’t even need a grill / Did it all with no cuss words / I ain’t have to curse just to keep it real,” Will raps.

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He raps it up by calling Lucas a “legend in the making” and acknowledging his wife Jada Pinkett and their kids. “All my kids turned out great and I know your son gon’ be great too,” he tells Lucas.

Their collab came together after Jaden Smith showed his dad Lucas’ innovative video, which pays tribute to Will and his iconic roles in “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,” Bad Boys, and Men in Black.

Will Smith in-return praised Lucas after seeing his special tribute. “Dude, I am humbled and honored,” he wrote. “I just love what you’ve done, it’s creative. This video is ridiculous.”

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The original version of “Will” can be heard on Lucas’ album, ADHD, which sits at No. 10 on the Billboard 200.

Lucas will join force with Will and Jaden for a special episode of Smith’s new Snapchat series, “Will At Home,” where they will discuss the “Will” video, which has over 21 million views on YouTube.