Alicia Keys photographed on Nov.
After a number of delays due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Alicia Keys is finally ready to unleash her seventh studio album, Alicia, on the world.
In a playful video in which Keys scrolls through endless tweets asking her when the album will drop, a smiling Keys answers their prayers with the reveal of the Sept.
The follow-up to 2016's Here has been preceded by four singles: "Show Me Love," "Underdog," "So Done" and "Love Looks Better," to go with three other released songs: "Perfect Way to Die," "Good Job" and "Time Machine." Keys performed "Love Looks Better" and "No One" at the NFL 2020-2021 season kick-off Sept.
Keys' performance at the game was tied to the NFL contributing to a new $1 billion endowment fund aimed at supporting Black businesses and communities. The new fund will come as several crises have unfolded around the world, including the coronavirus pandemic and the protests against systemic racism and injustice that have erupted following the police killings of Breonna Taylor, George Floyd and others in the U.S.
This fund is one of the answers and our goal is to empower Black America through investing in Black businesses, Black investors, institutions, entrepreneurs, schools and banks in a way to create sustainable solutions.".
— Alicia Keys (@aliciakeys) September 14, 2020
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