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Uploaded on YouTube account of Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom, the music video for 'Mega Song' was taken down by label UMG which actually has no copyright.
The wife of Swizz Beatz showcases a fresh piano ballad called 'A Place of My Own' on the first day of the Ryan Seacrest-hosted concert.
Along with the picture of the 10-month-old baby boy, Alicia's music producer husband tweets, 'Egypt started is own yoga class today in the house LMAO.'
The 'One Man Band Man' rapper and his singer wife Alicia open a world stage of an international affair and get the crowd going with their upbeat joint.
Apparently satisfied with how her wax figure for the Madame Tussauds museum turns out, the 'No One' hitmaker says at its unveiling, 'Look, that's my chin! That's my jaw!'
Already juggling singing and motherhood, Keys went out of her territory with a play about a Black America family.
The leaked snippet, which is dubbed into French, offers a sneak peek of scenes in which Tom Cruise and Jeremy Renner go in action.
The 'Stronger with Each Tear' singer opens the show with Anita Baker, while the 'You Don't Know My Name' hitmaker joins forces with Bruno Mars and Rick Ross.
R&B superstar Alicia Keys helped raise thousands of dollars for an HIV/AIDS charity by headlining a benefit concert in Canada on Tuesday night.
Take a closer look at the Melina Matsoukas-directed music video which sees Alicia Keys and Beyonce Knowles in Rio de Janeiro in this new behind-the-scene footage.
In a lengthy post on her website, Alicia Keys reveals how she's so deeply moved by Egyptian people who fight for the change and 'have the courage to shout.'
Sade leads nominations in music field with four, Herbie Hancock follows her with three, and the likes of Willow Smith and Kanye West get double nods.
The wife of Swizz Beatz expresses her gratitude over the arrival of her baby son in a new song which samples Kanye West's 'Devil in a New Dress'.
Beside featuring those celebrities, the music video also highlights the Sudanese children pleading for peace, protection and justice through their innocent smiles.
Alicia Keys and George Clooney, along with Emmanuel Jal, are 'calling out the whole wide world' to scream and shout about the importance of keeping the peace.