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Alicia Keys Calls Out 4-Year-Old Son For Adorably Flirting With Taylor Swift

The lad, in the lap of father Swizz Beatz, couldn’t keep his eyes off Taylor Swift, who was sitting one seat away, and the two exchanged glances, smiles and waves. Keys noticed the connection on stage as she accepted the Innovator Award. “My son, Genesis, I think is maybe trying to take Taylor out later tonight,” she joked. “He’s working on it. I’m not sure how it’s gonna go, but it looks pretty good right now.” Swift won Best Music Video for “Delicate” and Tour of the Year. And it looks like she won herself a fan in Genesis.

Alicia Keys To Release Autobiography Through Oprah Winfrey’s Publishing Imprint

Alicia Keys announced on Wednesday that she will release an autobiography, titled More Myself, through Oprah Winfrey’s publishing imprint. The Grammy-winning artist’s new book, described as “part autobiography, part narrative documentary,” will be released on Nov. 5, according to the publisher, Macmillan. The book will cover her journey from her “girlhood in Hell’s Kitchen and Harlem, to the process of self-discovery she’s still navigating.” Keys published a video on YouTube on Wednesday that featured her with Winfrey celebrating the forthcoming title, which will be released through An Oprah Book, Winfrey’s imprint with Macmillan’s Flatiron Books. I can NOT believe this is happening! My sister, mentor & the QUEEN herself helped me share my journey! Thank you @Oprah for letting me share...

Alicia Keys Wraps Grammys Night With First New Song In Almost 3 Years

With her historic Grammys hosting gig behind her, Alicia Keys has gifted fans with new music.  “Raise A Man” is Keys’ first new song since her 2016 album, “Here.” The piano-driven, searingly topical ballad finds the 15-time Grammy winner expressing gratitude for good men, and a plea to raise more of them.  “Tonight was such a musical night,” the singer-songwriter wrote on Instagram after Sunday’s awards show. “I decided to drop a new vibe & have some fun with y’all!!!”  “You’re just not like these other men out here,” she sings on the track. “You just wanna hold me, and that’s OK. Can I be a woman for you, babe, in a time when it’s not allowed?”   “Is it OK to love a man right now? If you understand, then show me your hands,” she continues.  The song was a fitting finale to a spectacul...

Twitter Is Fallin’ For Alicia Keys As 2019 Grammys Host

Singer-songwriter Alicia Keys thrilled as host of the 2019 Grammy Awards, and people on social media were celebrating her positive vibes.   The singer-songwriter opened Sunday night’s show by bringing out four influential women: former first lady Michelle Obama, Lady Gaga, Jada Pinkett Smith and Jennifer Lopez.  “Tonight we celebrate the greatness in each other,” Keys said onstage. Obama celebrated the “one and only” songstress in a post published to Instagram on Sunday.  “I was thrilled to be there for the one and only @aliciakeys at the #GRAMMYs,” Obama wrote in part. “She is one of the most genuine, caring, and thoughtful people I know—there’s no one better to help us all celebrate the unifying power of music!”  People on Twitter have shared in on the love for Keys.  Alicia Keys is genu...

Michelle Obama Made A Surprise Appearance At The 2019 Grammys And People Freaked

The 2019 Grammy Awards started off with a bang Sunday night.  Alicia Keys began her opening monologue by bringing out an iconic cast of women, including former first lady Michelle Obama. Lady Gaga, Jada Pinkett Smith and Jennifer Lopez joined as well to share what music has done for them over the years.  “They said I was weird. That my look, my choices, my sound, that it wouldn’t work. But music told me not to listen to them,” Lady Gaga said to the cheering crowd. Lopez added that music gave her “a reason to dance” and brought her the success she has today.  “It reminds me of where I come from but it also reminds me of all the places I can go,” she continued. “Music has always been the place we can all feel truly free.”  Pinkett Smith reminded the crowd that we “express our pain, power and...

In Hilarious Video, Alicia Keys’ Kids Are Unmoved By Her Grammys Hosting Gig

Alicia Keys appeared excited to tell her young sons that she will be hosting the 61st Annual Grammy Awards next month. But they apparently didn’t think it was that big of a deal. The Grammy award-winning artist shared a hilarious video on Instagram of her sons Egypt, 8, and Genesis, 4, and their nonchalant attitude toward the news.  “I got some good news, guys,” Keys said in the video. “I’m going to host the Grammys.” After moments of awkward silence — and a cute singing note of sorts from Genesis — Egypt asked his mom, “What’s the Grammys?” The “Girl on Fire” singer announced on Tuesday that she was tapped to host the ceremony, which will take place on Feb. 10. She also shared a video on YouTube of receiving a phone call about hosting the awards show a few weeks prior.  Someone can be he...

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