Michelle Obama Praises Alicia Keys for Her Unique Talent in Excerpt from Her Book 'More Myself'
The former first lady of the United States, Michelle Obama, praised the famous singer, Alicia Keys, for her unique talent in an audio excerpt from the singer's new book, "More Myself."
In a video uploaded by the music artist on her Instagram page, the former first lady, Michelle Obama, read an audio excerpt from the book written by the former.
In the audio, Michelle Obama praised Alicia Keys for helping others, through sharing her music and her soul.
The video is a slideshow of the pictures of the first lady and the famous singer together. The first picture shows the two in an endearing pose, their arms around each other.
The wife of the former president of the United States, in a brown top, tucked in an orange skirt and Alicia keys in a black gown. In the excerpt, Michelle Obama said,
"Over the years, we've grown closer, and I've seen Alicia continue to shine in a way that only she can."
The 15-times Grammy winner announced the release of her book in the caption. She also thanked the former first lady for being a light. She captioned, "My book #MoreMyself is out today. I am so grateful to share my soul with you."
The star also thanked her fans for being a massive part of her evolution. She revealed that she is excited for them to read, build, and continue on the journey of growing and becoming more with her.
Alicia said she prefers to call the book a journey, rather than a memoir.
Keys' comments section was agog with comments as her fans are so excited to hear the good news. A fan showed enthusiasm by commenting, "Oh.. Okay...Yup. Yup. I am now audio booked and busy during my quarantine.'
A fellow singer, Vanessa Ferguson, also commented, "congratulations, sis! Can't wait to read this." A fan who has started the book said, "I'm not even halfway through, but I'm already in tears. It's incredible."
The book, "More Myself" explores the singer's arrival into adulthood while in the spotlight. It also tells how she learned to be herself. In an interview with NPR in February, she said,
"I've been thinking so much about who I am, and what makes me that way, and how can I stay connected to the truth of that even in a noisy world."