Alicia Keys has a lot to celebrate when it comes to her lengthy career. Her sophomore album, The Diary Of Alicia Keys, turns 20 years old this year. To celebrate, the singer will be dropping a special deluxe edition re-release, a one-night-only intimate performance, and a limited edition vinyl.
The deluxe version full deluxe edition of Diary drops on Dec. 1. It will feature nine bonus tracks. Keys will perform the LP in its entirety at New York City’s Webster Hall the same day of the drop. The venue holds significance in Keys’ career as it was the same place she performed at in 2003 for AOL Broadband Rocks! Ticket sales begun on Nov. 3. A portion of the proceeds will to the Keep A Child Alive organization.
The Diary of Alicia Keys 20 will also include live performances from the aforementioned 2003 AOL show. If I Ain’t Got You, Diary featuring Jermaine Paul, You Don’t Know My Name, and Streets of New York live performances will all be added to the deluxe LP. Additionally, it will include the orchestral and Spanish versions of If I Ain’t Got You.
In addition to all the 20-year anniversary fun, Urban Outfitters will be releasing the limited edition vinyl of the original album. This version includes a lyric and photo booklet with a handwritten letter from Keys. A random fan will be gifted with the original letter.