Kendrick Lamar and Janelle Monáe perform at The White House

Kendrick Lamar and Janelle Monáe perform at The White House

Celebrating America's Independence Day in style.

Celebrating America's Indepedence Day on July 4, Barack Obama has enlisted musical talents Kendrick Lamar and Janelle Monáe to perform an impromptu concert in order commemorate the annual event. With Kendrick performing hit singles Bitch Don't Kill My VibeAlrightSwimming PoolsMoney Trees and Poetic Justice, and Monáe performing a Prince tribute with a cover of the late singer's Purple Rain hit Let's Go Crazy, the duo took the celebrations to a new level in their historic performance — including taking the time to perform a duet rendition of 'Happy Birthday' for President Obama's now 18 year old daughter Malia.

You can watch footage of the performances below.

Kendrick Lamar: FACEBOOK / TWITTER

Janelle Monáe: FACEBOOK / TWITTER

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