Alicia Keys Net Worth [2022]: Fun facts, Earnings, House, Wiki, Age, height

Alicia Keys Net Worth:$150 Million

Net Worth:$150 Million
Date of Birth:Jan 25, 1981 (41 years old)
Height:5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)
Profession:Musician, Record producer, Singer-songwriter, Actor, Pianist
Nationality:United States of America
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Alicia Keys is an American singer, songwriter and actress. Alicia Keys has a net worth of $150 million.

Alicia Keys Net Worth 2022:

Alicia Keys has a net worth of $150 million. This is a combined net worth that she shares with her husband Swizz Beatz.

Alicia Keys House:

In 2013, Alicia and Swizz spent $12.1 million for an enormous mansion in the town of Englewood, New Jersey. The 25,000-square-foot, 32-room home on 5.4-acres of land used to be owned by Eddie Murphy. They previously had a NYC apartment which they bought from Lenny Kravitz in 2010 for $12.75 million and sold in 2013 for a slight loss.

Alicia Keys Wiki:

Name:Alicia Keys
Real Name:Аlісіа Аugеllо Сооk
Аgе:41 уеаrѕ оld
Віrth Dаtе:25 Јаnuаrу 1981
Віrth Рlасе:Неll’ѕ Кіtсhеn, Nеw Yоrk, Unіtеd Ѕtаtеѕ
Неіght:1.68 m
Wеіght:57 kg
Ѕехuаl Оrіеntаtіоn:Ѕtrаіght
Маrіtаl Ѕtаtuѕ:Маrrіеd
(Nаmе):Ѕwіzz Веаtz (m. 2010)
Сhіldrеn:Yеѕ (Еgурt Dаоud Dеаn, Gеnеѕіѕ Аlі Dеаn)
Рrоfеѕѕіоn:Мuѕісіаn, ѕіngеr, аnd ѕоngwrіtеr
Nеt Wоrth іn 2022:$150 mіllіоn
Lаѕt Uрdаtеd:2022

Alicia Augello Cook professionally as Alicia Keys was born in Manhattan, New York City, on January 25, 1981. Keys is the only child of her mother Teresa Augello, and one of three children of her father Craig Cook.

Her father left when she was 2 years old, leaving her mother to raise her as a single parent in the Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood of New York City.

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Alicia began singing from an early age, performing in school musical productions as early as preschool. After a friend gifted Keys an old piano, she began taking lessons as a child. By the time she was seven years old, she was receiving classical piano training.

She continued her studies of classical music until age 18. Also, she enrolled in the Professional Performing Arts School when she was 12, where she took classes in music, dance, theater, and choir.

When Keys was 13 years old, she met manager Jeff Robinson through the youth organization Teens in Motion. He became a sort of mentor to her, showing her and educating her on the music industry by taking her to meetings with attorneys and record label negotiations.

Robinson introduced her to A&R executive Peter Edge, and they helped her put together some song demos to showcase to label executives. In the ensuing bidding war that erupted, Columbia Records eventually won after offering her a $26,000 white baby grand piano.

After signing with Columbia, Keys continued her education, graduating early from high school at the age of 16 as valedictorian. She attended Columbia University on scholarship. Alicia struggled to balance the demanding schedule of her university course load and working in the recording studio, hence she decided to drop out of college after a month to focus on music full-time.

But, she was frustrated with the lack of control she had over her music, as Columbia tried to create a certain image for her and force her to work with producers she did not like.

Eventually, with the help of Robinson and the president of Arista Records, Clive Davis, Keys negotiated out of her Columbia contract and signed with Arista in late 1998. After Davis was ousted from Arista in 2000, her album was once again put on hold, but he started his own label, J Records, and immediately signed her to it.

Music Career

At J Records, Keys began to promote her upcoming debut with performances on shows like “The Tonight Show” and “The Oprah Show.” Her first single “Fallin'” was released in April 2001 and reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Her debut studio album “Songs in A Minor” was released in June 2001 to widespread critical acclaim. It debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart and went on to sell over 6.2 million copies in the United States.

The album contained material that had previously been rejected by Columbia Records. However, Keys’ decision to stick to her guns and not give in to Columbia paid off, as the album was nominated for six Grammy Awards.

At the 2002 Grammy Awards, Keys went on to win five Grammys in the following categories: Song of the Year, Best Female R&B Vocal Performance, Best R&B Song, Best New Artist, and Best R&B Album.

Her following albums “The Diary of Alicia Keys” (2003) and “As I Am” (2007) both also performed well on the charts, and she won two awards for the song “No One” (from the album “As I Am”) at the 2008 Grammy Awards. Her other albums include “The Element of Freedom” (2009), “Girl on Fire” (2012), “Here” (2016), and “Alicia” (May 2020).

Alicia Keys Acting and Television Career

Keys’ film debut was in the crime film “Smokin’ Aces” (2007), followed by “The Nanny Diaries” (2007) and “The Secret Life of Bees” (2008). She has also appeared on a number of television shows such as “Saturday Night Live,” “Empire,” and “The Late Late Show with James Corden.”

Also, Keys has served as either a judge, coach, or musical guest on several reality music competition shows, including “The X Factor Australia” (Season 4), “The Voice” (Seasons 7, 11-12, 14), and “The Voice Germany” (Season 6).

Alicia Keys business ventures:

Outside of music, Keys has pursued several other projects. She released her book “Tears for Water: Songbook of Poems and Lyrics” in 2005. It featured unreleased poems from her journals and lyrics and made it onto The New York Times bestseller list that year.

Her memoir “More Myself: A Journey” was released in March 2020. Keys is also the co-owner of The Oven Studios, a recording studio in Long Island, along with her production and songwriting partner Kerry “Krucial” Brothers. Keys and Brothers also co-founded KrucialKeys Enterprises, a production and songwriting team that works on Keys’ albums as well as projects with other artists.

Keys has also been the spokesperson for several brands over the years. In 2008, she starred in a commercial micro-series for Dove promoting the brand’s Go Fresh line. She was also featured in an American Express commercial and signed a deal to endorse VitaminWater.

Alicia keys husband, childrens:

Keys was in a relationship with longtime collaborator and friend Kerry Brothers until 2008. Later, she began dating hip hop artist and producer Swizz Beatz.

Keys and Beatz announced their engagement in May 2010, married in July, and Keys gave birth to their son in October that same year. She gave birth to their second son in December 2014.

Alicia Keys Fun facts:

At the age of 16, Alicia wanted the name Wilde to be her stage name.

Alicia has biracial parents; a father who is Jamaican American descent and a mother who is Irish Italian descent.

“Songs in a Minor” album sold over 10 million units around the world.

Alicia Keys is the Global Ambassador for Keep a Child Alive Organization.

Alicia Keys sang a cover version of “Don’t Give Up” song along with Bono, the U2 lead singer for the World AIDS Day in 2005

Alicia Keys a has won 9 Grammy awards.

Her parents separated during her early childhood.

Alicia was raised by her mother in Hell’s Kitchen area in Manhattan