The Roc Nation artist entertains her young fans and their families with live performances of 'Rockstar' and '21st Century Girl'.
Willow Smith rocked the South Lawn of White House on Monday, April 25 to celebrate Easter. The daughter of celebrity couple Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith kicked off her live performances with an energetic set of "Rockstar" before continuing it with another fun track of "21st Century Girl".
In addition to the "Whip My Hair" hitmaker, another young star performing at the White House Easter Egg Roll was Greyson Chance. The YouTube sensation reportedly sang his own single "Waiting Outside the Lines" as well as covering other artists' songs like Jay-Z's "Empire State of Mind".
With "Get Up and Go!" as a theme, this year's annual event promotes health and fights against childhood obesity. It offers live music performances, storytelling and more. Colbie Caillat sang the National Anthem, while Kelly Ripa and John Lithgow were among those booked to read stories for the kids.