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Keys graduated as the valedictorian from Manhattan's prestigious Professional Performing Arts School at 16 and was accepted to Columbia University but dropped out of college early to pursue her musical career.
The gold hearse that has ferried Whitney Houston's body across New Jersey took her coffin on its final journey yesterday, to the cemetery in Westfield where she was laid to rest in a private ceremony.
Keys has, in fact, shown that she possesses a great interest in music since her very childhood.
During which she, at seven years old, had begun playing piano and learned classical music by classy composers like Beethoven, Mozart and Chopin, all of whom are her favorites.
Selling 742,000 copies in its first week—the best first-week sales of her career—the album marked her fourth consecutive Number One debut on the Billboard 200 — a tie with Britney Spears for the most consecutive Number One debuts from a female artist.
Keys took home two more Grammys in 2008 for the single "No One" (Number One, 2007): Best R&B song and Best Female R&B Vocal Performance.