Willow Smith Releases Emotional Post-Election Anthem For Everyone Currently Feeling A Bit Lost

The 'Whip It' singer has released a short song about how to move forward following the US presidential election and we can't stop listening to its dreamy arrangement

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The recent presidential election results have invited an outpouring of reactions, from the US and around the world.

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From riots in the streets, angry messages on social media and wishes of congratulations from world leaders to research on how to emigrate to Canada and hate crimes towards minority groups from pro-Trump supporters, it seems that both anger and frustration have understandably taken over, at a time when the future of US' and the world's politics lies in the hands of a man who has never held political office in his life.

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However, one woman who is putting her averse reaction to the news of Trump's victory centre stage, is singer Willow Smith, who has penned something of a lullaby in a bid to give hope to listeners who are currently feeling hurt, anger and confusion at the state of the world.

Yesterday, the 16-year-old shared a sweet, vulnerable and delicate sounding song titled 'November 9th' to music streaming service Soundcloud.

Throughout the clip, Smith softly croons on top of layers of background vocals and acoustic guitars, with lines such as, 'Baby girl, I know you're tired / Don't let the world put out your fire / Take my hand and you will see / Sadness and anger aren't everything'.

'Little rock up in the sky / just know we're sick and asking why / Little ball falls through the void / it holds us together and endures our choices,' she concludes.

In a message to Soundcloud, the famous child star explains: 'I wrote this song on the day of the election. Peace and revelations to all.'

This is officially our track of the week.

Listen to 'November 9th' below:

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