With over 65 million records sold worldwide and 15 Grammys won, singer/songwriter Alicia Keys has earned respect from peers, critics, forerunners, and fans alike in her nearly two decade tenure in the music industry. Now, as she readies those very same supporters for the newest entry to her prized discography (click here to read more), the 38-year-old is writing a new chapter in her storied career – literally.
Via a project announced by the legendary media Queen Oprah Winfrey, Keys – whose resume already boasts efforts in film, music, philanthropy, and a rumored forthcoming talk show – is adding a new title to her lengthy list of accomplishments: author.
The singer’s memoir, titled ‘More Myself,’ is set for a November 5th release and will be released by Winfrey’s ‘An Oprah Book’ imprint.
Flatiron Books – the autobiography’s publisher – is calling the memoir a “360-degree perspective” on her life and will include glimpses into her childhood in Manhattan to her dizzying heights of Grammy-winning fame.