The latest issue of UK’s Evening Standard magazine features R&B singer, Alicia Keys.
Currently on the leg of her Set the World on Fire global tour, the 32-year-old took the time out to chit-chat with the mag for its current edition . While on her tour bus, Keys shared her thoughts on younger stars — namely, Rihanna.
On youngers stars like Rihanna:
[I] love her style and her boldness, and the fact that she is, no pun intended, so unapologetic [...] it’s such a tricky, crazy business, and when people are a little bit younger than me, I’m always hoping that their soul is good ’cause… it can be such a soulless space. Who’s really loving you and making sure that you’re OK?
She also shared a mommy moment and talked about her son, Egypt.
On whether Egypt will embark on a musical journey:
Well, he has crazy rhythm. So, yeah, man. But he has to do what makes him happy. And if it makes him light up, hell yeah, I want him to do it. And if my husband and I can fast-track him past the bullshit a little bit, that would be cool.
For more of the interview, visit the Evening Standard.