Alicia Keys is doing her best to remember her past.
“At 16, I was signed by Columbia Records. The people at Columbia really didn’t understand what I was doing. My manager at the time, he was like, ‘If they don’t get you, then let’s find somebody that does,’” she says in an exclusive sneak peek of the documentary.
“I’ll never forget meeting Clive. I remember him being really appreciative and celebratory of the fact that I was my own artist. And I remember feeling so inspired.”
Keys has gotten more than a dozen Grammys over her career, which was kicked off by one of her earliest hits ‘Fallin.’”
“People really liked ‘Fallin.’ But it defied all genres. It didn’t have a place at radio,” says Keys.
“[Davis] knew that if people could lay their eyes on me, if they could see what he saw, then they would see what he saw,” she adds.
She has cemented himself as one of the industry’s most iconic figures. The documentary chronicles Davis’ rise from humble beginnings to driving the careers of some of music’s biggest stars.
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