Platinum-selling singer Alicia Keys and her husband, Grammy-winning rap producer Swizz Beatz, have been called "an undeniable force in the industry" whose contributions are "paramount" by the Recording Academy, which recently awarded the couple with the Producers & Engineers Wing Award.
PHOTOS: Cutest Celebrity Baby Announcements "Blessings and love!! The Grammy winner holds her newborn son, 2 months, in the photo, posing in an ornate embellished gown and a light-colored headwrap.Time Magazine named her in their 100 lists of most influential people in 20. After getting criticisms, she deleted her offensive pictures and tweets.There are no any rumors regarding her personal and professional life at the present time.A mutual friend introduced them, saying, "Alicia’s about to blow up and Swizz is doing his thing and maybe one day you’ll work together." Keys fought "tooth and nail" against studio time with her future husband ("Why should I work with him?") but once she finally acquiesced, they "had a ball" together.and has sold over 35 million albums and 30 million singles worldwide.Alicia Keys was born on 25 January 1981, in Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA. She is the only child of Teresa Augello, a paralegal and part-time actress, and Craig Cook, a flight attendant.co-host Gayle King in the couple's first TV interview together.The couple have been married since 2010 and share sons Egypt, 7, and Genesis, 3, in addition to Beatz's children from previous relationships (including his marriage to singer Mashonda), sons Prince and Kaseem, and daughter Nicole. Keys, 37, grew up in Manhattan's Hells Kitchen neighborhood; Beatz, 39, is from The Bronx.Just in time for Halloween festivities, Charli XCX hopped on Twitter last night (Oct.27, 2016) to announce her new single in collaboration with Lil Yachty, “After the Afterparty.” She announced the single after attending the Kiss FM Haunted House party in London. PLAY IT AT UR HALLOWEEN PARTY/BIRTHDAY/FUNERAL,” the singer wrote.