Short about Alicia Keys
is an American R&B singer-songwriter, record producer and actress.
Ten fun facts about Alicia Keys
Alicia Keys was born in Harlem, New York.
At the age of 16, Alicia wanted the name Wilde to be her stage name.
Alicia has biracial parents; a father who is Jamaican American descent and a mother who is Irish Italian descent.
Keys debut album was "Songs at Minor”.
"Songs in a Minor" album sold over 10 million units around the world.
Alicia Keys is the Global Ambassador for Keep a Child Alive Organization.
Alicia Keys sang a cover version of "Don't Give Up" song along with Bono, the U2 lead singer for the World AIDS Day in 2005.
Alicia Keys a has won 9 Grammy awards.
Her parents separated during her early childhood.
Alicia was raised by her mother in Hell’s Kitchen area in Manhattan.