Alicia Keys is serving au naturel beauty as she graces the new InStyle Magazine July 2020 Issue.
In an intimate photo session shot entirely by her husband Swizz Beatz and their sons, Egypt Dean and Genesis Dean, the legendary singer-songwriter opens up on how she’s finding ways to stay hopeful in true quarantine fashion.
Keys talks about her seventh studio album “Alicia,” which is a true representation of her growth as an artist and an individual in the accompanying interview. See excerpt below.
On hopefulness: Keys reminds us that the very act of remaining hopeful is a big part of the answer. “I really believe that we are it—we are what we’re waiting for, what we’re looking for.”
On her rise to fame in her 20’s: “I swear, I wouldn’t go back to being 20 if somebody paid me — it was literally the worst time ever, I wanted to fit in so desperately. I was so blind, so dependent on everybody else’s opinions, so uncomfortable, so unclear.”
On raising her children: She said she had a lot of examples on what to do and what not to do from her parents. She believes the most valuable thing when raising children is just being around, “You need to be there and spend the time, because you never get that back.”
See the full spread below.
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