Alicia Keys recently launched her online learning sessions on a streaming platform called MasterClass – check out the trailer and peep the gorgeous outfit Keys had on in it.
Famous musician Alicia Keys has promised to unveil her songwriting approach in an online video class that boasts more than three hours of lessons.
The classes were launched on MasterClass, a reputable streaming platform that allows subscribers to learn a variety of courses taught by experts and celebrities.
A trailer detailing what to expect from the lessons was posted on the Masterclass Twitter page, and it was met by a positive response from their followers who think they will learn a lot from Keys.
In the trailer, Keys could be seen talking about some of the things she will teach in her class. Throughout the video, the talented singer appeared in different outfits, but the one that caught a lot of attention was her first.
The outfit was a gorgeous Monse Tulle vest which costs a whopping $990, and it can be found here. The sleeveless vest features patchwork, and Keys wore it with a belt fastened across her middle.
Keys' class will be made available via the platform's $180 yearly subscription plan. The plan provides subscribers with access to its collection of over ninety classes.
Aside from the album she released, her memoir "More Myself" hit the shelves in March.
The class Keys will teach is now available exclusively on Masterclass and has been divided into nineteen video lessons in which she will reveal methods by which any willing participant can unlock authenticity, empathy, and vulnerability.
Lately, things have been busy for Keys, who released her long-awaited album earlier in September. The album should have been released six months ago; however, it had to be pushed back thanks to the novel coronavirus.
The self-titled album is Keys' seventh, and it comes after "Here," the album she released back in 2016. The album tracks are infused with positive feelings of hope, love, support, and acceptance.
One track on the album was even dedicated to frontline workers who Keys urged not to lose faith because the world needs them. The track is titled "Good Job," and she recorded it during the pandemic.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic slowing down everyday life to a crawl, Keys has remained busy. Aside from the album she released, her memoir "More Myself" hit the shelves in March.
The book reportedly gives the reader a detailed overview of her journey through the music industry, her relationships leading up to her marriage to Swizz Beatz, and the process of finding herself.
She also hosted the 2020 Grammys for the second time in a row at the beginning of the year. The singer changed her attire five times for the awards ceremony, starting and ending with Versace outfits.
Keys was glowing on the stage as she anchored the studded star event. Her impeccable makeup and gorgeous outfits made her one of the most fabulously dressed celebrities, and her straightforward nature made the ceremony a delightful one.