Alicia Keys is getting back to her music, but it’s not just the same old music.
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The New York pianist-chanteuse is hard at work on her third studio album, which she promises will “have a lot of political elements” and be “edgier,” according to Billboard.com.
Keys, who was last in the news for her duet with U2, “Don’t Give Up (Africa),” a benefit song for the Keep A Child Alive charity, says she’d love to work with bands like Queens of the Stone Age and the “thought-provoking” John Mayer.
“I have a lot of strange ideas and brainstorms,” Keys told Billboard. On her 2005 live album Unplugged, which sold more than a million copies, Keys dueted with Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine on a cover of the Rolling Stones’ Wild Horses, which sources say she may reprise in the studio.
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