She may be hot on the promo trail for her latest album, ‘ALICIA,’ but 15-time GRAMMY winner Alicia Keys doesn’t mind taking a detour trip down memory lane to revisit the hits that made her the best-selling female R&B act of the new millennium.
Forced to postpone the new LP’s supporting world tour due to the ongoing global health crisis (as we reported here), the diva’s making up for the rescheduled jaunt by dedicating free virtual concerts to the B-sides of her first three albums – ‘Songs in A Minor,’ ‘The Diary of Alicia Keys,’ and ‘As I Am.’
Though squeezing in performances of hits like ‘A Woman’s Worth,’ ‘Teenage Love Affair,’ and ‘Diary’ across the 90 minutes of live showings, she primarily focused on fan favorites that never got the official single treatment like ‘Lesson Learned,’ ‘Sure Looks Good to Me,’ ‘Go Ahead,”Girlfriend,’ ‘Wake Up,’ ‘Nobody Not Really,’ and more.
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Keys’ odes to her first three LPs comes as a timely tribute as all three sets recently saw their sales certifications upgraded by the Recording Industry Association of America.
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