Alicia Augello Cook, known professionally as Alicia Keys, is a singer/songwriter/musician/producer/actress. She began her career by studying piano as a child and later enrolled in the Professional Performing Arts School at the age of 12. In 1994, she met her long term manager Jeff Robinson and enrolled in his brother’s after school program. She was introduced to A&R executives at Arista Records by Peter Edge. A short time later, executive Clive Davis signed Keys to his label J. Records. In 2001, she released her debut album “Songs In A Minor”. The album featured the singles “Falling”, “A Woman’s Worth” and “How Come You Don’t Call Me.” The album was certified six times platinum and earned Keys five Grammy awards, including “Song Of The Year”, “Best R&B Vocal Performance, Female”, “Best R&B Song” and “Best R&B Album.” Keys followed that effort with her sophomore album “The Diary Of Alicia Keys.” The album featured the hits “You Don’t Know My Name”, “If I Ain’t Got You”, “Diary” and “Karma.” She later released the albums “As I am” (2007), “The Element Of Freedom” (2009), “Girl On Fire” (2012) and “Here” (2016).