Will Smith Raps Old School Classics On James Corden’s Carpool Karaoke Spin-Off - WATCH

9 August 2017, 11:14

The moment the brass band appears is amazing.

Will Smith is the first guest to appear on James Corden’s new spin-off series of his viral skit ‘Carpool Karaoke’.

After rapping a verse to Will Smith's 90's favourite 'Summertime', Corden encourages the actor to try out his new "surround sound system" - which is in fact, a full brass marching band.

Watch the full Apple Music teaser below:

In the incredible first episode, the pair abandon their car and hop into a helicopter, where they sing R. Kelly's classic 'I Believe I Can Fly'.

At one stage Will Smith also reveals that he has considered playing the role of Barack Obama in a movie.

"I talked to Barack at about it," he said. "He told me that he felt confident I had the ears for the role."

Watch the amazing clip above and catch the full episode exclusively on Apple Music.

Meanwhile, Usher was recently a guest on James Corden's normal Carpool Karaoke skit, despite being sued by multiple people for having sex with them and not revealing that he had herpes.

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