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Alicia Keys’ Song For Her Baby Is So Sweet

This is the only case I can think of where a singer croons to a “baby” in a song and is actually talking to a human infant. Alicia Keys has released this new tune, also featuring Eve, for her newborn baby, Egypt Daoud Dean. It’s called “Speechless,” and has me a little teary eyed and wistful this morning. “Ain’t no words to describe the way that I’m feeling when I look at you,” Alicia sings. “I’m just speechless, baby, don’t know what to say.” Sweet. [PopEater] Keep reading »

Kim Kardashian Is Dead!

OK, Kim Kardashian isn’t really dead, but she is playing dead for charity. Celebrities like Lady Gaga, Justin Timberlake, and Alicia Keys, along with Kardashian, are going to stop social networking — posting to Twitter, Facebook, and the like — until $1 million has been raised in the Digital Life Sacrifice event on Wednesday, Dec. 1, which benefits Keys’ Keep a Child Alive charity as part of World AIDS Day. All that said, Kardashian does make a pretty attractive corpse. [Just Jared] Keep reading »

Star Couplings: Alicia Keys Welcomes Baby Egypt & Katy Perry’s Pre-Wedding Sex Ban

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Star Couplings: Alicia Keys And Swizz Beatz’s Baby Receives Zulu Blessing

  • Alicia Keys and Swizz Beatz’s unborn baby was blessed in a traditional Zulu ceremony during a recent trip to South Africa. [Starpulse]
  • Jennifer Garner is slamming rumors she’s pregnant with her third child. [Us Weekly]
  • And in similar news, Gwen Stefani‘s baby bump keeps growing and growing yet she still hasn’t confirmed her pregnancy. [Hollywood Life]

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Alicia Keys Addresses Interracial Dating In “Unthinkable (I’m Ready)”

Alicia Keys‘ new music video for “Unthinkable (I’m Ready)” addresses the heavy topic of interracial dating throughout the decades. I like the video, actually, because it shows how bigotry doesn’t necessarily disappear with time. But over at Feministing, our friend Courtney M. Martin — who’s also a Frisky contributor — is unimpressed. Martin found the “white dude in a truck and a bunch of angry black men” motif annoying, accusing Keys’ video of “fall[ing] into all of the tired stereotypes of the tragic interracial love story.”

Surely interracial dating is a complicated issue to deal with in a five minute-long music video, but maybe Alicia Keys could have been more original. What do you think? [Feministing] Keep reading »

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