No better way to debut new music than at the 2011 BET Awards. Alicia Keys belted and banged out a brand new song called "Typewriter" on Saturday nights show, and the crowd was left in awe of her prowess in the piano and reminded of the raw and one of a kind voice that is only Alicia Keys.

"Typewriter" was first first recorded in 1997, but is just now, in 2011, making itself known to the world on the reissue of Keys’ 2001 album "Songs in A Minor". After a short intro the always stunning Keys' took her seat at the piano where she began to play "A Woman’s Worth," at which time Bruno Mars joins her. Their duet was an absolutely perfect example of harmony, and when the Boss Rock Ross stepped in, it became complete.

Alicia had to close as only she can by playing her 2001 Grammy-winning hit ‘Fallin” The always amazing Keys’ let eveyone that was watching and following her every move that 10 years later... Bigger Better Stronger. - B

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