“The whole world would be one big tribe, one big commune,” Willow Smith told the outlet in comments posted on Saturday. “It wouldn’t be split up and divided, we wouldn’t be fighting nearly as much, we wouldn’t be using unnecessary sources of power.”
“We’d be using free energy, we’d be eating from the trees, we’d be drinking from the natural stream,” she added. “There wouldn’t be traffic, and diapers and pollution in our rivers. It would all just be transcending into another dimension.”
She said Avatar is “my life,” adding, “the strength that the tribe has to overthrow the Sky People, that’s the kind of strength that we need to have. That’s the strength that we need to cultivate… I feel that right now what our generation needs is to do the art that’s in our hearts.”
The singer and her 17-year-old brother Jaden Smith, a music artist and an actor, are among the most talked-about celebrity kids and have become stars in their own right.
“I carve my own path the way I do is because of the way I was raised,” Willow told i-D. “My parents always said, ‘If you don’t carve your own path, someone’s going to carve it for you.’ And that’s not fun.'”
Willow rose to fame at age 9 with her debut single and music video, “Whip My Hair.” Last month, it was rumored she and Drake were collaborating on new music. She remained coy when asked about it by i-D, saying she hopes to do so. She also said she wants to work with Miley Cyrus.
“I literally want to make music with her,” she said.
Willow is also making her mark on the fashion world. Earlier this year, Willow landed a major ad campaign, becoming a spokesmodel for Marc Jacobs.
And speaking of fashion, Willow showcases many stylish looks in i-D magazine, wearing pieces from the likes of Gucci, Céline and Prada. See several below.
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