She has appeared in more than 20 films in a variety of genres, including Scream 2, Ali, The Matrix Reloaded, The Matrix Revolutions, Madagascar, Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa, and Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted.Pinkett Smith launched her music career in 2002, when she helped create the metal band Wicked Wisdom, for which she is a singer and songwriter. Her parents are Adrienne Banfield-Jones, the head nurse of an inner-city clinic in Baltimore, and Robsol Pinkett, Jr., who ran a construction company.She sang most of the tracks, including a remake of “I’m Every Woman,” “I Have Nothing,” and the classic “I Will Always Love You.” Poetic Justice (1993) – The John Singleton-directed film starred pop and hip-hop stars Janet Jackson as Justice and Tupac Shakur as her love interest, Lucky, but only Shakur performed on the soundtrack, along with Usher, Babyface, Tony! Deep Cover (1992) – The soundtrack to the 1999 Bill Duke-directed film, starring Laurence Fishburne and Jeff Goldblum featured a classic collaboration between Dr.Dre (in his solo debut after NWA) and his then-protege, Snoop Dogg.As the series went on, the series began to see a noticeable change in tone, particularly with the characters: by the fourth and (especially) the fifth seasons, Michael became involved in increasingly outlandish situations having often seeking advice from Franklin Mumford, the child prodigy boyfriend of his youngest daughter Kady; Junior went from being a mere underachiever to being depicted as a total idiot (though with some savant-like characteristics, as he showed some extremely rare glimpses of intelligence, as well as a talent for drawing), and Claire was depicted as being self-absorbed and klutzy.Jazz Raycole, who was the original portrayer of Claire, had departed the series after season one.
The soundtrack was released by Death Row Records, a year after the label’s founder Suge Knight, bailed Tupac out of Attica prison in exchange for a recording commitment.is an American actress, dancer, singer-songwriter, and businesswoman.She began her career in 1990, when she made a guest appearance in the short-lived sitcom True Colors.Love Jones (1997) – Featuring spoken word poetry, plus music by Dionne Faris (“Hopeless”), the Fugees featuring Lauryn Hill (“Sweetest Thing”), and ‘90s soul stars like Maxwell, Groove Theory, Xcsape and even a cut by Duke Ellington and John Coltrane, the soundtrack is as smooth as the film.The Wood (1999) – The throwback film featured a soundtrack full of ‘80s resonance, including tracks by Biz Markie, D-Nice, Keith Sweat, Teddy Riley and Eric B. But it also featured soul classics, including a remake of “If This World Were Mine” by Luther Vandross and Cheryl Lynn.