Alicia Keys had quite the hefty promo schedule lined up before the coronavirus pandemic forced her to reschedule the release of her new album, ‘A.L.I.C.I.A.,’ originally due on shelves March 20 (as we reported here).
Yet, while she pressed pause on some of those ventures, others – as evidenced by the most recent ‘CBS Sunday Morning’ episode – pressed forward.
Taking to the outlet, the 39-year-old reminisced on her Hell’s Kitchen upbringing, the beginning of her career (namely the creation of her first chart-topper, ‘Fallin’), new book, and new music. An engaging sit down resident correspondent Tracy Smith, Keys also dished on the price of fame and how becoming a mother helped her get to know herself better. The latter concept served as a centerpiece for her recently released book, ‘More Myself’ (click here to learn more).
Did you miss the broadcast Sunday (March 22)? It awaits inside: