It’s been 30 years because among the most renowned signature tune very first used TELEVISION.
On Sept. 10, 1990, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air shown up on NBC, rapidly making star Will Smith a home name while providing an opening credits series that TELEVISION fans of a specific generation can, without a doubt, recite by heart. You understand the one. Say it with us now:
Now this is a story everything about how my life got turned, turned upside down. And I’d like to take a minute, simply sit right there. I’ll inform you how I ended up being the prince of a town called Bel-Air.
In West Philadelphia, born and raised…
OK, we’ll spare you the rest. But trust us, houses, we understand everything.
In any occasion, it’s been 3 years because the program—co-created by Quincy Jones and based loosely on well known music supervisor Benny Medina’s life—debuted, ultimately running for 6 seasons and 148 episodes prior to Smith would go on to turn into one of the greatest film stars on the planet.