Willow Smith keeps rolling out beautiful music -- continuing on Friday (October 3) with "Your Love V2." The youngest Smith progeny took the smooth beat of The xx's "Basic Space" and wrote a love song on top of it.
"I love you more than you could ever know," she sings sweetly, almost making us forget that she's 13 -- it's just that good. "But how did you know/ You swept my heart/ Said those words/ You cradled me exactly the way I needed."
The mood of the song changes like her own: "Too bad we don't ever see each other/ My emotions change like the weather/ And I'm sad."
Throughout "Your Love," we get soft melodies, hearty statements, passive-aggression, childlike sing-alongs, sincerity and fun. She gets playful and giddy, giggling in the background and ending the song just as you're about to start dancing.
"Your Love V2" follows her cover of King Krule's "Easy Easy" and her appearance on Kitty Cash's mixtape. On Wednesday, brother Jaden released "Trophy V6" on his SoundCloud, prepping for his Cool Tape Vol. 2.