Willow Smith Is A Rebel With Class On New Song “21st Century Girl”

Robbie Daw | February 28, 2011 7:11 am

Roc Nation’s toddler vixen Willow Smith is following up her smash “Whip My Hair” with new jam “21st Century Girl.” The pop-dance tune finally surfaced today in full, and it features more of the Vanity Fair tyke‘s trademark sassy lyrics for you to whip your wig back and forth to. Hear it below! At first “21st Century Girl” has a vaguely Rihanna/”Only Girl (In The World)” feel to it with the music and beat. Willow then chimes in, “Give me and inch I promise I’ll take a mile / dangerous beauty, I’ll face you with a smile.” We told you she’s a little vixen!

Just before the chorus, Willow seems to be possessed by musical glitter bandit Ke$ha for a moment as she sings, “I’m the type of chick that likes to rock the beat.”

21st Century Girl by Willow Smith After hit songs like Ke$ha’s “We R Who We R,” Pink’s “F**kin’ Perfect,” Katy Perry’s “Firework” and Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way,” self-empowerment appears to be the topic du jour in pop—even when it’s being dished out by a 10-year-old.

Are you feeling the latest single from the youngest of the crooning Smiths?