Alicia Keys & Swizz Beatz Pose in Dark Halloween Costumes with Their Sons Egypt & Genesis

Gracious Egedegbe
Nov 04, 2020
12:30 P.M.
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R&B icon Alicia Keys and her family showed off for Halloween in the best possible way as they embodied a dark theme of vampires and werewolves.


It was all about a supernatural experience for music star Alicia Keys and her loved ones as they delved into the sci-fi world channeling the full moon, werewolves, and vampires.

In an image shared on Keys' spouse, Swizz Beatz's Instagram page, the family displayed their creativity at home and flaunted their stunning Halloween costumes to fans' delight.

Alicia Keys and Swizz Beatz at the 2019 Met Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 2019. | Photo: Getty Images


Award-winning producer Swizz Beatz stood tall, rocking an almost real wolf head mascot while his elegant frame was clad in a shiny black suit. Standing next to the "wolfman" was Alicia, in a jumpsuit with paintings and two antennae on her face.

Egypt added a super-hero touch to his look as he donned Deadpool's red facemask, jacket, and a pair of black sweatpants. His kid brother, Genesis, seemed detached from what was going on as he looked adorable in a black cloak while holding on to a hammer. His dad addressed his expression:

" boy Gen stay in his own zone[sic]…" 


This caused many fans to reel with laughter as they gushed over the celebrity family and showed their approval for their cool looks. Some admirers were especially fascinated by Genesis whose costume and facial expression were their favorite.

Alicia Keys and her star producer hubby have come a long way together, raising a blended family with his ex-wife, Mashonda Tifrere. The trio has an admirable co-parenting relationship but it was not always that way.

The singer once mentioned that being a mother gave her a "sense of clarity."


Tifrere, in her memoir, opened up on her journey to coming to terms with the divorce, and an amicable co-parenting method with her ex-husband, Swizz Beatz. Tifrere struggled for a while with the realization of a broken marriage, and she acted accordingly.

Once the author talked about the first time she met her ex's wife, she explained that it had been a tense moment as she and Keys were quite guarded around each other.


However, Tifrere, 42, noted that she was fascinated because of how her son, Kasseem Dean Jr., sweetly spoke about Keys. Before long, both women met each other halfway and soon started engaging in girl talk!

Just like Tifrere, Keys has documented the beauty of co-parenting in one of her songs, "Blended," and how motherhood has the power to reshape a person. 

The singer once mentioned that being a mother gave her a "sense of clarity." After having her kids, the Grammy-winning vocalist noted that she became more purposeful about life.