She gave a rousing rendition, but as she belted out “I am a superwoman / Yes I am,” the sentiment felt strangely unconvincing, given the years of public controversy that undermined her character.
When Alicia Keys (née Alicia Augello Cook) first hit the national stage in 2001 with her debut album Songs in A Minor, she embodied retro chic.
would exchange wedding vows as it's been reported that the multiple Grammy Award-winning R&B and soul singer has been looking forward to book a venue in Long Island for a July 4 festive.
Keys and her people, as reported by Media Take Out, "are looking to book a venue in Long Island for July 4th Weekend." The songbird is said to have been looking to rent the ultra-luxurious Oheka Castle in Huntington, New York.
But something seemed a bit off during her DNC performance.
Keys began her set with 2007’s “Superwoman,” a girl-power jam intended to inspire Clinton’s base.
However she reportedly continues to drive two luxury vehicles and take European holidays, but when she sees the bills for what Swizz is spending on Alicia, she goes green. Perhaps if they want to keep this going they better hope the project that brought them together, collaborating on Whitney Houston's song "Million Dollar Bill," will live up to its name and make this relationship worth the drama.
At the VMAs in late August, she appeared in a red-and-black gown, rocked a misty Afro puff, and recited a spoken-word poem in honor of Martin Luther King Jr.'s “I Have a Dream” speech.
Swizz Beats, whose real name is Kasseem Dean and who will turn 31 this Sunday, reportedly married R&B singer Mashonda in 2004. (and had some photos taken of Mashonda's belly that maybe should have stayed private—after you read this check it out at Bossip).
In April 2009 they split, with Mashonda claiming that Alicia Keys came between them. )Indeed he's said Alicia did throw him a party at the Guggenheim and they do buy each other expensive gifts, and this week they were spotted together at a romantic dinner in St. Fame Pictures has identified the man in these photos as Alicia's ex Kerry "Krucial" Brothers, but we've seen pics of K, and this man is almost certainly Swizz.
If the second night of the 2016 Democratic National Convention seemed vaguely anachronistic, it wasn’t just because of the primetime appearances of ’90s politicians Bill Clinton and Madeleine Albright.
Singer Alicia Keys, who last had a Billboard hit with 2012’s “Girl on Fire,” was also at the DNC, speaking on a panel about civil rights and then performing in a coveted slot right after the former president’s speech.
over its 12 seasons, and everyone definitely has their favorite — ahem, #Team Adam.