Take a stroll down memory lane with us.
On the eve of her fourth album “The Element of Freedom,” Alicia Keys sat down with Chief Content Officer Smokey D. Fontaine to discuss where she was musically, what she experienced to get there and the importance of setting boundaries.
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The two share an intimate discussion about her musical growth and the professional and personal boundaries she established, to help her create hits such as “Un-thinkable (I’m Ready)” and “Try Sleeping With A Broken Heart.”
We can wax poetic all day about her awesomeness, but in the interest of time, why don’t you just push play?
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