In June, Will Smith jumped on the remix of his son Jaden Smith's song "Icon," and now it sounds like there's another Smith family collaboration in the works.

Sitting down with Billboard this weekend, Jada Pinkett Smith revealed that she's currently working on a song with her daughter Willow Smith.

Answering a question about plans to release more music with her metal band Wicked Wisdom, Jada responded, "I actually have a song with Willow that we did together. It’s called 'Dear Father' and we are still working on it. But it’s pretty dope. Willow has always wanted to do some stuff with me."

Unlike Will and Jaden's one-off collaboration, it appears the mother-daughter duo are working on a handful of songs together. "She grew up with Wicked Wisdom on tour, so it’s always been her dream to play with the band and play with me on stage," Jada said. "It’s really fun. So we’re thinking about doing four songs or something."

Jada also spoke about the changing reality of the music industry and what she's learned from watching both her kids in recent years. "It’s so loud and it’s so busy," she pointed out. "There is so much traffic in regards to everybody [wanting] to make music and be musical stars of some kind. I think the thing that I figured out with my kids’ experiences is that you have a lot of people who can get in and they can start with a gimmick, but that won’t last you. So I’ve always told my kids you have to have a movement, a belief of something that people can feel like they can devote themselves to. Just like when you think about the Grateful Dead or if you think about the Rolling Stones. Musicians or groups had movements of some kind. It wasn’t a gimmick."

In May, Jada wrote an open letter to Willow about all the things she's learned from her daughter, revealing a close bond between the two.

"I'm so proud of how opinionated and strong you are," Jada penned. "Both you and your brother have taught me acceptance—how to accept and allow you to be who you are. I appreciate you for that." She added, "I have learned so much about life experiences—intimate life experiences you were having that I wasn't aware of. And it taught me that, as much as I thought I knew you, there's so much more to know. Even though I've been surprised, and even a bit shocked at times, I'm just glad that you have your own internal fortitude to get yourself through some of your most intimate, darkest hours."