February 24, 2021
LL Cool J and Simone Smith's daughter Nina looked like a goddess in an Instagram post promoting her new single "Addicted" from her EP "Ecstacy," released on Valentine's Day.
LL Cool J and Simone Smith's daughter Nina was a sight to behold in a promotional photoshoot for her new EP "Addicted Ecstacy." Her proud mother shared one of the photos on Instagram.
The post featured Nina's new song "Addicted," playing in the background with a still photograph. The 20-year-old looked stunning in a plain white bodysuit while casting a seductive glance at the camera.
One of Nina's manicured hands rested on her cheeks while the other rested beneath her neck. She wore multiple rings on her fingers that looked gorgeous with nail extensions.
Nina debuted her first music video in 2019.
Her luminous bronze skin also looked gorgeous with makeup. A pair of thick false eyelashes framed her doe eyes that were accentuated with black and brown eyeshadow.
Tiny crystals lined the crease of her eyelids — a bigger version of those peppered her hair that was tied into a slick ponytail. Her baby hair was neatly laid down and styled to perfection.
Nina accessorized the heavenly makeover with statement gold earrings. The post was a treat to her fans, who were mesmerized by her angelic voice as they admired her look.
Smith later took to Instagram and shared a full-length picture of her daughter. Nina paired the bodysuit with long white boots and net leggings adorned with crystals.
Nina debuted her first music video in 2019. She premiered the song on her Instagram just as she celebrated her 19th birthday. So far, the video has earned over 500K views on YouTube.
Nina is not the only one with a creative bone in the family. Her sister, Samaria Leah, is a fashion designer who made headlines last year for making protection gear in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
She made her own denim masks to help raise funds for medical workers. According to her, the denim masks are durable, breathable, washable, and made out of pure cotton denim.
The masks, which retailed for $25, sold out like hotcakes. Fueled by her imagination and creative approach to work, Samaria's sustainable denim brand is already making a mark.