Alicia Keys Duets With Lewis Capaldi At iHeartRadio Music Festival
By Peyton Blakemore
September 22, 2019
Alicia Keys brought her catalog of hits to iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas Saturday (September 21).
The legendary entertainer, who was dressed in a show-stopping neon green tracksuit with a gray bedazzled bra, kicked things off by throwing it back to 2012, performing her mega-hit "Girl On Fire." She then slowed things down with her 2009 single "Sleeping With A Broken Heart."
"Show Me Love," Alicia's latest single, was next on the setlist. While the track features Miguel, for her Saturday set, Alicia filled in the R&B singer's parts by mixing in Post Malone's "Congratulations." The songstress followed-up the light-hearted performance with a surprise duet with Lewis Capaldi singing his new hit "Someone You Loved."
After the two's killer duet, Alicia brought the crowd to its feet, for a beautiful rendition of two of her classic tracks, "No One," and "Empire State of Mind."
Earlier this week, the 15-time GRAMMY Award-winning singer returned with new music after three long years since her last project, Here. Alicia and Miguel dropped the music video for "Show Me Love" on Tuesday (September 17) featuring Michael B. Jordan, Zoe Saldana and Marco Perego. "It’s HERE!!! 'Show Me Love,' visual and song out now everywhere!!," Alicia wrote on Instagram Tuesday. "I’m dying for you to watch & feel it! The many experiences of love: self love, love with another, love from creating, spiritual love. The push, the pull, the struggle, the joy, the eventual peace. 💜💫💜#Showmelove is a visual sonic expression of that. What part of the journey are you on?"
If you missed any part of the weekend, we've got you covered. Fans can re-live all of the epic performances and collaborations by tuning in to a televised special on The CW Network at 8pm ET/PT. And leading up to the official television special, The CW will also air an hour-long Best Of Special on Sunday, September 29th at 8 p.m. ET/PT taking a look back on all of the most iconic moments from the festival in its nine year history.
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