Janelle Monae (left) and Philip Bailey of Earth, Wind & Fire perform at the NBA All-Star Game in New Orleans. (Mike Coppola/Getty Images)

If it seems like Janelle Monae is pretty much everywhere, it’s because she actually is. Continuing her slew of high-profile public appearances, the R&B siren will perform at the White House on Thursday for a “Women of Soul” event with Aretha Franklin, Patti LaBelle, Jill Scott and others, broadcast on PBS next month.

Monae, 28, has been in Washington quite a few times over the last few months, and has shown up on numerous TV appearances — despite her spate of performances seen by millions, she still hasn’t quite broken through to the A-list, although getting people to see her live is definitely the way to make that happen. Among some of her more visible recent performances:

* October 26, 2013: Performed on “Saturday Night Live” for the first time

* December 6, 2013: National Christmas Tree Lighting in front of President Obama, etc.

* December 15, 2013: Sang “This Christmas” for the First Family and a big crowd at the “Christmas in Washington” concert

* January 28, 2014: Participated in VH1’s “Super Bowl Blitz” concert in New York City

* February 8, 2014: Did a Jackson 5 medley at the BET Honors at the Warner Theatre

*  February 17, 2014: Performed at the NBA All-Star Halftime Show with Gary Clark Jr., Earth Wind & Fire and Trombone Shorty (and from all accounts, moonwalked and rocked it) in New Orleans.

 * March 6, 2014: “Women of Soul” White House concert, broadcast on April 7 on PBS.