Alicia Keys' Home Is Like A Livable Art Gallery
The Grammy Award-winner opened her doors to Vogue's "73 Questions."
As if we didn't love Alicia Keys enough, the Grammy Award-winner and singer-songwriter just reaffirmed why she's still the best in the business.
Keys opened her sprawling New Jersey home — an expansive 25,000-square-foot space the musician shares with producer husband Swizz Beats and two kids Egypt and Genesis — to Vogue's "73 Questions" camera crew (the piece was filmed back in February, before COVID-19 social distancing restrictions).
Inside, music and design lovers are treated to a full walk-through of the creative couple's palatial home— naturally led by Keys — in an interview that covers everything from her passion for tea to the gallery-worthy fine art collection, the singer's women-owned organization She Is the Music, to Keys' recent Grammy hosting gig.
The expansive family home boasts a staggering 32 rooms, white-washed floors, soaring ceilings, a gallery wing, towering sculptures in the entryway, wall-spanning custom canvases by the couple's favorite artists, a games room complete with an air hockey table, cozy reading room, recording studio, and music room — complete with a grand piano, of course.
Our favorite part? Keys' total devotion to her daily meditation. After all, the good vibes make the space.
Click the video below for the full tour.