Alicia Keys has made a public confession of love for her adorable husband Swizz Beats, admitting that she’s still ‘in awe of him.’
The Girl on Fire singer said she owes her achievements to him.
For possessing magical powers to transform his “magnificent ideas” into something benefiting to everyone including herself, the 36-year-old says he’s “incredible.”
The 15-time Grammy Awards winner took to Instagram for a heartfelt message to Beatz, who she wedded on 31 July, 2010, in a private ceremony.
“Alicia is definitely one of those great parents-to-be,” he said at the time of their wedding. “She’s super ready. Super glowing. Super happy.”
Image: Alicia Keys
“Just had to take a minute to reflect on how proud I am of this incredible man!!,” Alicia shared in the social media post.
“Not just because I love him beyond description and he’s an incredible person (which he is no question) but because of all the magnificent ideas he invents in his mind and then makes real in the world in major ways!!
“With art, music, businesses, marketing and in so many more ways than I could fit in one IG text! It’s crazy!!,” the mother-of-two added.
“It’s challenging to even bring ONE good idea to fruition and yet he does many and is STILL dreaming! Big, huge ceiling-less dreams!”
Image: Alicia Keys and husband Swizz Beatz
“I remember when he first started imagining what #nocommission could be…. Beginning with the Art Fair and now he’s done them all over the world in places like NY, London, Shanghai, and TONIGHT the 2nd night in Berlin celebrating art and giving artists a platform to own their own art without anyone taking or sharing in the profits they receive,” the singer-actress continued.
“It’s really amazing, because not only does he dream for himself but he dreams for All of us 🌟🌟🌟 So we can all begin to break through any ceilings we falsely imagine above us…
“So, even though I live with him and am blessed to be married to him, I’m still in AWE of him🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🎉🎉
Alicia, a talented pianist, has sold over 35 million albums and 30 million singles worldwide.
Her husband Swizz Beatz started producing music tracks for popular rap group Ruff Ryders at the early age of 16. He was part of the success story behind DMX and Eve, although he never got enough credits for his contributions.
Brooklyn Museum honored Beatz and his wife Alicia earlier in April for their contributions in the music industry.
“This year, we celebrate our honorees for their groundbreaking creativity, support of art in all its forms, and dedication to making our world a better and more beautiful place,” the organizers said.