(AllHipHop News) Jay-Z has confirmed that he has signed Will Smith’s daughter Willow to a new deal on his label, Roc Nation. The rapper/mogul appeared on Ryan Seacrest’s show this morning and confirmed rumors that he snatched up Willow, whose song “Whip My Hair” has generated an instant buzz. “We at Roc Nation are excited to work with Willow,” Jay-Z told AllHipHop.com in a statement. “She has an energy and enthusiasm about her music that is truly infectious. It’s rare to find an artist with such innate talent and creativity at such a young age. Willow is about to embark on an incredible journey and we look forward to joining her as she grows in all aspects of her career.”Willow, 9, already has a career, having landed roles in I Am Legend and in Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa. “After meeting with several record companies, it was clear that Jay-Z, Ty Ty, Jay Brown and the Roc Nation staff was the unquestionable choice,” Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith told AllHipHop.com in a statement. “Their passion for Willow combined with their boundless vision and artistic integrity made Roc Nation the perfect home for our little girl.” According to Jay-Z, Willow’s advanced beyond her years and has a vision for her career in the music industry, despite only being nine. He noted that superstars like Michael Jackson and Stevie Wonder started their careers off young. I heard the record first before I knew that it was recorded by a nine year old and I was like man that record’s a smash, Jay-Z told Ryan Seacrest. I believe in superstars. I believe on big records on superstars and I think she has both.”Rap runs in the family’s blood. In 1985, Will Smith started off as a rapper in known as The Fresh Prince, from the streets of Philadelphia, along with his partner DJ Jazzy Jeff. Willow’s 12-year-old brother Jaden also raps on a song called “Never Say Never” with teen idol, Justin Bieber. And their mother, Jada Pinkett-Smith, front a hard rock band, Wicked Wisdom. A release date for Willow Smith’s Roc Nation debut was not available as of press time.