Alicia Keys is one of the hottest performers as Alicia tours across the world selling at sold out concerts. In addition to preforming Alicia Keys also is heavily involved in social groups that are trying improve the lives of everyday people.
Encouraging women to vote to re-elect President Barack Obama and meeting up with hundreds of volunteers, Alicia Keys was spotted at the West Philadelphia Obama Campaign field office in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on Monday (July 16).
Donning a brown fedora hat and a bright yellow shirt, the "If I Ain't Got You" songstress greeted fans, signed autographs and took the stage at the Pennsylvania Convention Center to give a little speech
about voting for Obama.
With another high profile ceremony having come and gone, the winners from the 2012 Billboard Music Awards were announced on Sunday night (May 20).
The Julie Bowen and Ty Burrell hosted event was held at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, with Adele emerging as the big winner upon taking home a slew of trophies including Top Artist, Top Female Artist and Top Pop Artist.
They’re always up for a good time, and last night (May 7) Alicia Keys and Swizz Beatz showed up at the 2012 Met Ball in New York City.
The “Fallin” songstress and her producer husband were very affectionate as they posed for the shutterbugs outside the Metropolitan Museum of Art prior to the “Schiaparelli and Prada: Impossible Conversations” shindig.
Offering her talents to the emotional tribute to beloved singer Whitney Houston, Alicia Keys was among the performers on-hand at New Hope Baptist Church in Newark, New Jersey on Saturday (February 18).
The 31-year-old sat at a piano in front of those gathered to pay their respects to the "I Will Always Love You" star while proceeding forth to offer up a rendition of "Send Me An Angel".