Placed in a purple room, Keys begins the performance on a black and red Rhodes keyboard. SiR jumps in just after the first chorus and delivers a dreamy and smooth second verse, and the pair spend the rest of the song beautifully harmonizing together.
The original version of “Three Hour Drive” appears on Keys’ latest self-titled effort and actually features Sampha as the guest artist. ALICIA arrives with a total of 15 tracks and additional appearances from Diamond Platinumz on “Wasted Energy,” Tierra Whack on “Me x 7,” Miguel on “Show Me Love,” Khalid on “So Done,” Snoh Aalegra on “You Save Me” and Jill Scott on a track named after her.
Watch Alicia Keys and SiR’s “Three Hour Drive” performance above.
Elsewhere in music, Westside Gunn confirmed that he will be retiring at the end of 2020.