- July 31, 2015 18:13:28 GMT
The 'Girl on Fire' singer releases an uplifting anthem that encourages fans to live their lives to the fullest.READ MORE
Alicia Keys, born Alicia Augello-Cook, in Manhattan, New York City, USA on January 25, 1981, is a popular R&B vocalist and pianist. She was born to an Afro father named Craig Cook and a Caucasian mother, Terri Augello. Known as a smart student, Alicia successfully graduated as valedictorian from the Professional Performing Arts School, a public high school in Manhattan. Making use of her scholarship, Keys briefly attended Columbia University, but then dropped out to pursue career in music.
Keys has, in fact, shown that she possesses a great interest in music since her very childhood. During which she, at seven years old, had begun playing piano and learned classical music by classy composers like Beethoven, Mozart and Chopin, all of whom are her favorites. When she was fourteen years old, Keys wrote her first song "Butterflyz" which was included on her debut album "Songs in A Minor", released on August 19, 2001. This first album was commercially a success, with one of its singles entitled "Fallin'" sitting at #1 in U.S. charts and #3 in U.K. charts. It also won five Grammy Awards in 2002.
The two acts join previously-announced performers like Chris Brown, Kendrick Lamar, Nicki Minaj and Meek Mill.READ MORE
Oprah Winfrey and Common are also reported to guest star on the upcoming season of the FOX hip-hop series which starts later this year.READ MORE
The music beauties all seemed to have fun together while posing for pictures at the launch of Jay-Z's new music streaming service Tidal on Monday, March 30.READ MORE
The 'If I Ain't Got You' songstress and her husband proudly share a photo of her holding her two-month-old baby while posing with her husband Swizz Beatz and their other two sons.READ MORE