One of Will Smith's most famous raps is the story of his life.
Although it's not really his life, rather the fictionalized version of it that ran on NBC for six years.
With the help of Jimmy Fallon, The Fresh Prince took another crack at his true life story. Check it out:
"Six whole years I lived with the Banks / So if you can dance the Carlton, I still give thanks / But a real big star needs a real big screen / So I had to spread my wings, if you know what I mean / I went ham, no beef, no Kevin Bacon / Even though we still connect with six degrees of separation / When you hear the siren noise / Me and Martin, a couple of Bad Boys / Independence Day, aliens on my turf / You invading us? Nah, ‘Welcome to Earth," he rapped.