She conquered R&B in 1999 after bursting onto the scene with hit single Fallin’.
And Alicia Keys asserted her status as one of the genre’s reigning queens during a stop on her Set The World On Fire Tour.
The singer stormed the stage in a geometric turtleneck with sheer panels that exposed portions of her toned torso and arms.
The previously conservative Girl On Fire crooner has embraced her sexuality as of late in an assortment of bustier tops and leather leggings.
As she stepped into the spotlight, Alicia paired her purple crop top with skintight tuxedo trousers and patent T-strap heels.
A black panama hat pulled low over her face added mystery to the ensemble as she strutted into the spotlight before taking a seat at a Yamaha piano.
The Empire State Of Mind star recently wrapped up the North American leg of her international extravaganza.
She’ll continue her tour with stops in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
Alicia expressed her excitement about the upcoming dates in a Tweet on Friday: ‘Liverpool > Newcastle > Belfast> Dublin > Manchester. Here I come!’
Moving on: The star took to Twitter to express her excitement over the upcoming dates, writing, ‘Liverpool > Newcastle > Belfast> Dublin > Manchester. Here I come!’
On Saturday, she announced the launch of philanthropic venture Empowered, an HIV initiative aimed at raising awareness among American women.
Alicia said of the project: ‘I think one of the things that I’ve realized is that there are not the headlines about the AIDS pandemic here in America that there should be, and it is shocking, and it is unacceptable.
‘We can’t act like it’s not happening. We have to make sure we know that we’re all at risk. This is all of our issues, you know.
‘We have to make sure that we are demanding access to being tested. We have to demand access to treatment with dignity,’ she finished.
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