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It’s a candid take on her life’s trajectory that is part memoir, part recollections from friends and family.
She likens the project to therapy, adding that it required even more vulnerability than her songwriting: “I had to be transparent; otherwise there was no point in doing it.” From the backseat of the SUV, Keys instructs the driver to make a quick detour. “Though I’ve always been grateful, I’ve never put too much weight on awards.
Keys gave birth to their second child, a son named Genesis Ali Dean, on Saturday, Dec. Of course, I'm very happy for the couple and I'm sure this baby is super adorable, but I find it hard to grasp that these two are together. Keys is this sweet, piano playing, singer, and Beatz is a hip hop producer who's close friends with tough rapper DMX.
Don't get me wrong, I have come come to think of them as a super cute couple. Looking at them now they make sense as a couple, but how did that romance start? The beginning of their romance was shrouded in great secrecy for a long time.
“A majority of those songs—‘A Woman’s Worth,’ ‘Superwoman,’ and ‘Girl on Fire’—were written when I was not feeling worthy,” she tells me as she pays for a long piece of selenite, said to soothe nerves and aid in clarity, and a Herkimer diamond, a detoxifying stone that stimulates dream work.
“They were always songs that I needed to hear because I was going through a time when I was feeling down and needed to be reminded that this is who I am and this is what I deserve!
Congratulations to Alicia Keys and her husband Swizz Beatz!
I used to see him and think, 'He is so annoying.'" Ouch. Finally, though, we did it and we had a ball." Talk about playing hard to get.“I believe that the energy we surround ourselves with influences what happens around us.” Keys is holding a hunk of creativity-enhancing topaz.“Sometimes you need a little extra.”Today she’s makeup-free, sporting a simple braid and wearing plaid R13 pants, a white Wolford bodysuit, Chanel x Pharrell sneakers, large gold “Alicia” OG hoop earrings, and pink-lensed Stella Mc Cartney shades. The store owner politely informs us of its price tag: ,500.As she studies the museum-quality treasures with laser intention, she makes a joke about this interview being “our little date.” Just then a rare, virtually flawless heliodor—known for fending off bad vibes—stops her dead in her tracks. “Oh, we aren’t having that kind of date now, are we?” she quips, gently placing the rock back in 2001, she has garnered 15 Grammys and sold more than 30 million records.
As we turn the corner, Swizz Beatz jumps into the car and excitedly shows his wife a video of their kids announcing that “Mommy” will be honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. But now I’m trying to be better about cherishing the big, wonderful things.