Alicia Keys looked amazing as usual as she showed up to Madison Square Garden Along with Jay-z,  Beyonce, and Swizz Beats. Keys first performed new and old tracks like “Love Is Blind,” “If I Can’t Have You” and a stunning duet with former back-up singer Jermaine Paul — who also served as an opening act along with Melanie Fiona and Robin Thicke — for “Diary.” But it was when the drums to her single “Put It In A Love Song” blared through the speakers that the crowd got most fired up. After performing her verse Keys introduced Beyoncé, who descended from the top of a staircase located towards the back of the stage and joined Keys for the remainder of the song. Ending in a dance routine, the performance marked the first time the two artists ever shared a stage.

Great Show if you ask me three titans in the industry getting together = amazing.


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