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Harlem Nocturne (J Records 2003)


   Dropping out in pursuing her own professional career in music from Columbia University then it’s not a decision that she would regrets for the rest of her life expanding and Alicia Augello-Cook (born in Hell’s Kitchen and raised by a single mother) is a talented multi-instrumentalist but have a specific high-level performance on playing grand piano, organ, keyboards and singing with her awesome dark delicious voice and adopted the surrounding heritage off New York City as Hip-Hop, Funk/Soul, Rn’B Neo Swing and Pop into one package of her releasing second record – The Diary of Alicia Keys whixh is personal but not too private to be enjoyed by the public who loves music much.
   Alicia Keys as her name stage begun to touch the fame within this good album profiling herself and sharing stories about the past memories of life-struggling and more daily feelings, social tales and even romance that could making you jealous for not having someone to love to – there’s Alicia. Heartburn, If I Was Your Woman/Walk on by, You Don’t Know My Name, When You Really Love Someone, Karma to Samsonite Man and of course, the single radio and television hits includes the charts – If I Ain’t Got You soft ballad; opening her end of the road to a highway of vast mainstream modern Pop music and for that Ms. Keys already can make you shake that light-brown booty up.

The Diary of Alicia Keys: