Call for Essays About Any Aspect of Popular Culture, Present or Past

Alicia Keys


Thursday, July 28 2011

Alicia Keys: Songs in A Minor (10th Anniversary Edition)

Like most album reissues, the bonus content doesn't do much to justify its existence for anyone who doesn't revere the artist in question as some kind of hero figure. It does look pretty, though.

Sunday, January 10 2010

Alicia Keys: The Element of Freedom

Alicia Keys tries on new styles, finds them ill-fitting, and makes the worst album of her career.

Wednesday, October 26 2005

Alicia Keys: Unplugged

It's great if you like her, not so great if you don't, and right down the middle for everyone else.

Wednesday, December 10 2003

Alicia Keys: The Diary of Alicia Keys

Monday, June 25 2001

Alicia Keys: Songs in A Minor


Monday, November 2 2009

Jay-Z - "Empire State of Mind" (feat. Alicia Keys) (video)

"Empire State of Mind" is destined to be played in promos for Knicks games. "Let's hear it for New York!" Alicia sings in the cheesy


Friday, March 5 2010

Grammy winner Alicia Keys looks back on nearly 10 years in the music business

DETROIT — Alicia Keys isn't taking anything for granted. The 29-year-old pianist-songwriter has enjoyed ample blessings since arriving on the scene nine years ago, most recently

Friday, January 22 2010

Stars to turn out for Haiti telethon Friday

Less than 24 hours after an earthquake devastated Haiti on Jan. 12, George Clooney was on the phone with MTV Networks president Judy McGrath trying to orchestrate

Monday, June 2 2008

Singer-songwriter chats about touring, acting and her old-style groove

When she emerged on the music scene in summer 2001, it was clear Alicia Keys had all the makings for stardom. Lovely, fashionable and gifted, she

Monday, May 26 2008

Alicia Keys isn't just about music anymore — she's on a mission

When we first heard Alicia Keys' velvet voice and masterful piano strokes in 2001, she was a beautiful tomboy singing about falling in and out of

Friday, April 25 2008

Alicia Keys: From near-breakdown to breakthrough with 'Yes I Am'

When Alanis Morissette needed to clear her head, she went to India. When Mariah Carey couldn't handle the pressure anymore, she went to a sanitarium.

Now on PopMatters
PM Picks

© 1999-2015 All rights reserved.™ and PopMatters™ are trademarks
of PopMatters Media, Inc.

PopMatters is wholly independently owned and operated.