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Will Smith Has Two Versions Of An ‘Aladdin’ Classic

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Will Smith Has Two Versions Of An ‘Aladdin’ Classic

Will Smith Has Two Versions Of An ‘Aladdin’ Classic

Will Smith is the most talked about cast member of Disney's new live action film, "Aladdin." In the trailer, Smith can be heard singing one of the film's most iconic songs, “Friend Like Me.” Fans should know the entire soundtrack has been released and there are two different versions of the song.

One version is similar to the original and the other version is hip-hop-oriented.

The new version also features DJ Khaled, so it seems the film is full of surprises.

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