Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Alicia Keys walk children before becoming the new queen of Broadway ... (photos)

The soul singer and R & B Alicia Keys was spotted July 14 in the middle of walking the streets of Big City, by the hand she held her son-6 years old, Kasseem while at his side, someone was pushing her baby 10 months, named Egypt! The family enjoyed a sunny day to walk the streets of Soho, Alicia, 30, opted for a casual for shopping, a simple jean shorts, sleeveless blouse a little pink, and sandals black, holding a real tourist visiting New York in the summer! The star who celebrated the 10th anniversary of the release of his debut album "Songs in A Minor" marked the blow by offering a new edition of his opus and offers and even a version Deluxe Collector, with unreleased demos, remixes and live tracks and a DVD including a documentary novel (for the Collector).

The young woman came back on the success of this album by giving "I think people liked this CD because I was really sincere throughout. I just wanted to be me. I never wanted to be like anyone else, I never wanted to be, you know, that girl with sexy dresses and sophisticated, trendy hair ...

with a swollen, "she said with a smile on MTV News in an interview. The singer launched into a new major project since the clothing is a producer by launching a musical on Broadway, a work entitled "Stick Fly" that the staging was entrusted to Kenny Leon. This is a remake of the original play by Lydia R.

Diamond, a famous American playwright. The first is to take place December 8 at the Lyceum Theatre. The interpreter of "No One," "Looking for Paradise" or "Does not Mean Anything," said to feel close to artists like Jay-Z and Will Smith, who earlier this year, proposed a remake the musical "Annie" with Willow Smith in the role of the poor little orphan.

"Stick Fly is a story that everyone can relate to. I am fascinated by this work because it was sublimely written and reflects the American with black skin in a way which very often does not yield to easy entertainment. It will reach the public, which should find a bit of himself in that home, "said the artist.

She added: "Broadway has played a fundamental role in my life and I always wanted to be part of this world," a dream come true!

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