PHOTOS: Alicia Keys sets hearts on fire by visiting victims of Typhoon Yolanda

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It's not the first time for Alicia Keys, one of the biggest names in the international music industry, to help victims of natural disasters from different countries. She was one of the first artists who rendered their artistic services for free to create the Hope for Haiti album when the Carribean nation was shocked by a 7-magnitude earthquake in 2010. 


Photos here are from the Philippine Information Agency- NCR. 


The Grammy winning artist did it again earlier at the Villamor Airbase to play with the kids displaced by Typhoon Yolanda. Alicia Keys, born as Alicia Augello Cook, is in Manila for the Philippine leg of her concert scheduled later tonight, November 25 at the SM Mall of Asia Arena. 

According to the Philippine Star, Keys stayed for about half an hour to chat with evacuees. she was qouted in saying "music has a way of lifting your spirit and that's what I hope to do for the Filipino people." 

For The Lifestyle Hub, the song "Girl on Fire" is indeed a perfect song for the R & B Diva who won the hearts of the world by producing huge hits such as "Fallin", "A Woman's Worth", "No One" and "Empire State of Mind". 




Postscript
Here's an impromptu duet of Regine Velasquez and Alicia Keys at the latter's concert. Video posted on YouTube by NetBabe22.




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