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Alicia Keys ‘W Magazine’ Shoot

Alicia Keys is featured in the latest issue of W magazine.  The “No One” singer showcases an edgy and dark look for the photo shoot. This in-depth interview dives into Keys’ music career and how she felt when she first stepped into the industry.

Here’s what Keys had to say about debuting as an artist:

“I just wanted to be who I was, which was like so many other girls I knew. We grew up in the city, had a hard edge and obstacles to overcome, but we were still young and beautiful. I didn’t want to be all dressed up, all made up—I wanted to be myself, which hadn’t been done before.”

“I was a young girl with very strong ideas but no experience. I just knew that everything else I was doing was wrong—that all the suggestions weren’t what was in my mind, they weren’t what it was meant to be.”

“How terrible would it have been if I had come out with some watered-down version of who I am? People fell in love with the real me, and I still feel blessed that that was how the journey began.”

 

Read the full interview at WMagazine.com.

Swizz Beatz Takes Kids To UK To Celebrate Daughter’s Birthday

Swizz Beatz is definitely a proud poppa. The rapper/producer took sons Nasir and Kasseem Jr. all the way to the UK to celebrate his daughter Nicole‘s birthday. Little Nicole, who was dressed as a princess, turned three-years-old. To express his excitement, Beatz tweeted a bunch of photos so his followers and fans could see his kids.  Check out some pictures below. If you’re wondering what venue the party was held at, it was  at Kids Space in Croydon, UK.

Source-PacificCoastNews

New Music Video: Kanye West – “All Of The Lights” ft. Rihanna, Kid Cudi

 

Check out the newest music video from Kanye West for the song “All of the Lights.” The video was directed by Hype Williams. The track itself features Rihanna and Kid Cudi with vocals by Fergie, Charlie Wilson, John Legend, Tony Williams, Alicia Keys, La Roux, The Dream, Ryan Leslie, Alvin Fields and Ken Lewis. Kanye West doesn’t appear in the video until 2:00 minutes in.

 

WARNING: If you suffer from epilepsy or seizures, it would be best to not watch this video. I wish West and Co., put a warning beforehand.

 

In Case You Missed It: Kelly Rowland and La La Vazquez Go Bowling

 

If you watched La La Vazquez‘s UStream party last week, then you know she mentioned that she and her crew were goign bowling after wards. And now some days later we have pictures of Vazquez, her brother Diego, Kelly Rowland, Carmelo Anthony, cousin Po Johnson and Nuggets players Al Harrington, Aaron Afflalo, & Gary Forbes at the bowling alley. The crew went bowling at Lucky Strike in Denver.

Images via The YBF

Candid Moments: Swizz Beatz Takes Daughter For First Manicure

It’s always good to see a father step up to the plate and care for their child. Swizz Beatz took his adorable baby girl to get her first manicure and even though you can only see the side of her face, it’s obvious she’s enjoying herself.

Beatz posted the picture on his Twitter with the caption,“Took my lil sweetness to get her 1st manicure; she was so into it. #Happydadmoment

Jennifer Hudson: “I’m not in the Illuminati”

(January 6, 2011 - Photo by Andrew H. Walker/Getty Images North America)

For years, there’s been talk that certain musicians were parts of a secret order called The Illuminati.  Essentially, if you happen to be famous and rich, you got some help from this secret society in order to get there.  Jennifer Hudson spoke openly on the topic and proclaimed that she in fact not a part of the secret society.

“I’m so glad someone brought this Illuminati mess up because only a child of God would address it,” the 29-year-old singer told fans during her Ustream session. “That is the most ignorant thing I have ever heard in my life. And it’s offensive because basically what? The people that are here today don’t deserve to be where they are? What, we didn’t work for it? So I find—and I hate to go there—but I find it’s those that can’t make it that would probably join Illuminati, or whoever that is, to get somewhere.”

Hudson went on to explain that those who believe the Illuminati myth are being foolish. “Don’t listen to that type of stuff, don’t follow that stuff because those people are only luring you in to become a part of some mess like that, so know that you’re only falling victim,” she warned. “That’s their way of gaining [followers]. I’d advise you to stay away from it. Those who are reading it are falling into it. It could not be more untrue.”

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