Alicia Keys shares 20th anniversary edition of ‘Songs In A Minor’ with two unreleased songs
Alicia Keys shared a 20th anniversary edition of her groundbreaking debut album “Songs In A Minor” – listen to it below.
Originally released on June 5, 2001, ‘Songs In A Minor’ spawned the hit singles ‘Fallin’, ‘A Woman’s Worth’ and its cover of ‘How Come You Don’t Call Me’ by Prince. He pocketed the New York singer, songwriter and producer five Grammys.
To celebrate the album’s historic date, Keys released a Special Edition which includes two previously unreleased bonus tracks from the original album’s recording sessions, “Crazy (Mi Corazon)” and “Foolish Heart”, the latter being the first song she ever recorded.
Sharing news of the album on Twitter, Keys shared a selection of photos from the set for the “Fallin” video, asking, “Where were you when you first heard this song?”
The Songs In A Minor AK20 Anniversary Edition is available NOW !! With 2 songs that you have never heard !!
** Photo Dump for Fallin ‘Video **
Where were you when you first heard this song? https://t.co/PZFsatq053 pic.twitter.com/4ExulsIky8
– Alicia Keys (@aliciakeys) June 4, 2021
Available both digitally and as a two-disc limited edition, pressed onto mixed black and green vinyl, the album is out now and can be purchased here.
Modern English and Sony Music have launched a website where fans can write letters about their favorite memories of “Songs In A Minor,” while TIDAL has created “Songs In A Minor Album Experience,” which hears Keys and his collaborators on the album. ‘album share comments on the album.
Listen to “Foolish Heart” and the full 20th anniversary edition of “Songs In A Minor” below:
Meanwhile, Alicia Keys revealed last year that she almost gave her song “If I Ain’t Got You” to Christina Aguilera before it became one of her signature records.
Speaking in a recent interview, the Grammy-winning singer-songwriter opened up about her work with Aguilera on the pop star’s 2002 album “Stripped”.