Alicia Keys rocks afro hair and red outfit, posing with husband Swizz Beatz
Alicia Keys and her husband Swizz Beatz looked chic as they posed for the cover of Cultured Magazine in complementing red and black outfits.
Alicia Keys and her husband Sizz Beatz served looks for their latest magazine cover with Cultured Magazine. In the photo, Alicia looked fantastic wearing a red knit top and jeans, with her hair let loose in an afro. She accessorized her outfit with a bunch of gold and silver jewelry, which gave her a classy and elegant vibe. Meanwhile, her husband is seen sitting beside her, dressed in a black turtleneck top, and a black leather beret.
"Ohhhh I love this so much! Inspired by the amazing photographer and renaissance man #GordonParksiconic image of Black Panther leader Eldridge Cleaver and Kathleen Neal Cleaver, my love @therealswizzz and I are so honored to be photographed by the one and only @jamelshabazz to pay homage to the Parks’ legacy! This photo for me depicts strength, power and love with the fierce energy of the times. We’re also excited to celebrate @thedeancollection for owning the largest private holding of Gordon Parks’ work in the world!!!!! AND it’s our first cover together !! It is even more meaningful to be able to do this with you my love. There are some rare and special moments in life and this will forever be one of mine!! BIG love and respect to @gordonparksfoundation@jamelshabazz @cultured_mag@sarahgharrelson @peterkunhardt"
Swizz Beatz and Alicia Keys got married in 2010, and have two children nemed Egypt Daoud Dean and Genesis Ali Dean. Swizz Beatz was first married to Mashonda Tifrere from 2004 to 2010, and they share one child named Kasseem Dean, Jr..
Despite negative connotations of divorces, Mashonda actually has a great relationship with her ex-husband and his wife Alicia Keys, even writing a book about co-parenting their children. During a previous interview with People, he shared:
“Six years ago, my [then] 5-year-old son asked me why his father and I didn’t like each other anymore. I realized that he was reacting to our lack of communication and unity as parents. It was a wake-up call. Co-parenting and blending is a universal topic and many don’t know where to begin. This book will serve as the inspiration and blueprint that is needed to raise emotionally and mentally healthy children."
Both 39-year-old Swizz Beatz, and singer Alicia Keys, 37, contributed to the book. The three co-parent all their children, which include Kasseem, 11, Genesis Ali, 3, Egypt Daoud, 7, and Swizz Beatz's two other children Nicole, 10, and Prince Nasir, 17.