Tweeting about social injustice is not enough for Alicia Keys – so she has penned an entire article for The Guardian.

“I know critics will say that people like me should stick to making records,” she wrote. “But musicians are voters too. We are artists and we are human, alive to what is going on around us. We seem to be able to connect to millions of people who have either lost faith in the system or who need to feel a part of a community. Music has an uncanny way of getting to people’s emotions. And when we listen to music it is as if the consciousness changes around us. I intend to keep on speaking out, as do a number of my peers. We feel it is our duty to use our fame for something bigger than empty things.”

You can read the entire article here.

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