Willow Smith Says This Healthy Habit Helped Her a Ton During Quarantine
Willow Smith has grown up before our very eyes. She is no longer the little girl making cameos in her father’s films or being called a mini-Rihanna for her pop songs. Instead, she has found her own sound and voice.
However, like everyone else, her life shifted drastically amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. As a way to cope with the ever-changing world, she picked up one healthy habit.
Willow Smith has been spending time in quarantine with her music and her family
Though Smith is an artist and a musician, all of her live solo performances as well as the ones with her band, The Anxiety has been canceled amid the pandemic. However, that hasn’t stopped the “Whip My Hair” singer from using her voice in an impactful way.
Smith has been vocal about advocating for the Black Lives Matter movement and encouraging others to vote. Also, she and her mother and grandmother have continued filming their hit series, Red Table Talk safely where they discuss a wide variety of topics.
Smith has also taken the time to work on music both new and old. She recently shared a video of herself on Instagram as she played Miley Cyrus’ 2010 hit “Who Owns My Heart.” on the guitar.
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