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Willow Smith and Nicki Minaj in the music video for Fireball. The video premieres on BET on Wednesday. (PHOTO: Screen Capture / Roc Nation)

Willow Smith gives Nicki Minaj (and her crazy outfits) a run for her money in the music video for Smith's new single, Fireball.

The video, which premieres on BET on Wednesday, showcases Smith's own dance moves, a variety of outfits and hairstyles and even a green screen.

Smith, 11, shared the Fireball trailer on her Twitter Monday night, hours after releasing another clip from the music video.

IT'S COMING . . ., Smith wrote on her Twitter, attaching a link to the first trailer.

The 30-second video features various real-life broadcasts, including Canadian news anchor Lloyd Robertson, talking about a massive fireball and a mysterious burning object, as Willow Smith and Nicki Minaj's names are introduced before a flame.

Fireball is the third single off of Smith's debut album, Willow, which will be released in April 2012.

The youngest child of Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith, Willow first broke into the mainstream music scene in October 2010 with her hit, Whip My Hair. The song quickly climbed music charts all over the world and landed Smith her first record deal with Jay-Z's Roc Nation.

Whip My Hair also earned Smith the Outstanding New Artist award at the NAACP Image Awards in March. Three months later, Smith and her brother Jaden were honored at the BET Awards with a YoungStar title.

Smith's journey has also taken her on tour. Earlier this summer, the young superstar opened for Justin Bieber on the European leg of his world tour.

Already, Smith has developed a good attitude for staying grounded, no matter how big the song, tour or movie (she's appeared in a handful of TV shows and films).

You can pick how famous you want to be . . . if you don't work hard, then you aren't going to have the success that you want. But if you work hard and dig in, then you are going to have the success that you want, Smith told Teen Vogue in March.

Minaj, meanwhile, has been enjoying the buzz surrounding her newest single, Roman in Moscow. The song is off her highly-anticipated sophomore album, Pink Friday; Roman Reloaded.

Pink Friday: ROMAN RELOADED will be released on VALENTINES DAY. New Album. You'll never be ready, the 28-year-old wrote on Twitter on Monday.

Scroll down to watch two trailers the Fireball music video, courtesy of Willow Smith and Nicki Minaj.