Alicia Keys Celebrates Love in Black and White
Singer Alicia Keys has just unveiled the video for In Common, the first single off of her upcoming six solo album. The black-and-white Pierre Debusschere-directed clip turns a simple soundstage into a block party full of diverse dancers, who according to Alicia, help “illustrate the messiness of love in all its complexity.”
Alicia Keys Performs Two New Songs on SNL
Singer Alicia Keys recently released In Common, her first new piece of music since 2013’s Tears Always Win. Over the weekend she performed the song for the first time on Saturday Night Live, where she also debuted another single titled Hallelujah.
Alicia Keys is back with a new song titled 28 Thousand Days. The tune was partially unveiled earlier this year when it was included in a commercial Alicia shot for Levi’s Jeans.
28 Thousand Days will be featured on a soundtrack Levi’s is producing as part of their Live in Levi’s campaign, which will kick off in the fall, shepherded by their new Women’s Denim Collection of which Alicia is the official face of.
Alicia Keys Unveils New Music Via Levi’s Commercial
Alicia Keys is the new face of Levi’s Women’s Denim Collection.
The 34-year old singer used her various social media accounts late last night to show off images from her new Live in Levi’s campaign, which is an extension of the company’s newly launched women’s denim collection.
The Live in Levi’s campaign, and the company’s fall 2015 global brand campaign will all feature Keys, who the company says was chosen for her “unique personal style and commitment to global issues.”
Alicia Keys is reportedly looking to add the title of director to her many credits. According to Deadline, the 30 year old singer/actress will direct a short film as a part of Lifetime’s original movie “Project Five.” An anthology of five short stories that explore the impact of breast cancer on people’s lives, Alicia will be joined by Jennifer Aniston, Demi Moore and Patty Jenkins.
Aniston will serve as the movie’s producer, along with “Friends” creator Marta Kauffman.
“Our hope with Project Five is to entertain, inform and inspire dialogue, research and prevention,” Aniston said in a statement. “Otherwise, our goals are small — we want these films to move people and empower those affected by breast cancer to stand tall through this challenge, which impacts ALL of our lives, no matter who we are.”
Kauffman supervised the writing of the five individual scripts by TV veterans Stephen Godshaux, Jill Gordon, Howard Morris, Deirdre O’Connor and Wendy West. A fifth director will be announced soon.