Alicia Keys Launches A Bedtime Storytelling App For Kids
New York – Alicia Keys is launches a storytelling app for kids. The Multi-Grammy Award winner produced music for the interactive app, which will be released today for $3.99.
The Journals of Mama Mae and LeeLee is about a young New York City girl’s relationship with her wise grandmother, and loosely based on Alicia Key’s own childhood.
The app is centered in LeeLee’s bedroom, and it allows users to read books, play music and write in a journal.
She said: ”It does remind me of my world. The piano, the journal, music’s such a big part of my life, the city, all of that.”
Alicia Key’s 2-year son Egypt, and the first time experience of motherhood was apart of her insparation to create the new interactive bedtime story.
I was just getting introduced to kind of the TV shows and the DVDs and all the things you start kind of introducing your kids to, and I thought how cool it would be to be a part of something that really allows them to hear music from different places, different cultures, different sounds,” she said. “That’s what we’re able to do with this.”
“It’s a new adventure for me, and I’m really enjoying it,” said Alicia Keys in a interview.
Keys is launching the app through her company AK Worldwide and Bento Box Interactive.
Keys is a 14-time Grammy winner. Her fifth album, “Girl On Fire,” is out Nov. 27. Maxwell, Jamie xx, Bruno Mars and John Legend are among the featured acts and songwriters.