The worlds of politics and pop music collided at President Obama's Inauguration ceremony, as a host of music stars offered amazing performances in celebration of the President's next four years in power.
Alicia Keys Wants To Work With Emeli Sande Again: "We Have A Great Chemistry" - Video
The 'Girl On Fire' singer says she expects to work with the Scottish star numerous times during her career.
Alicia Keys says she "would love" to work with Emeli Sande again and hopes to collaborate with the 'Clown' singer-songwriter many times in the future.
The US star worked with the Scottish singer on the song 'Brand New Me' from her recent album 'Girl On Fire', released as the record's second official single, and says the two have a "great chemistry" when writing music together.
"I would love for us to write again," Alicia revealed exclusively to Capitalfm.com. "We have just a great chemistry, a great energy.
"She's a beautiful, incredible artist with a lot to say, I think," the singer explained. "And I think she's going to really, really stand the test of time.
"So I look forward to us working numerous times together," Alicia added.
Check out a picture of Alicia Keys after her performance at Barack Obama's inauguration ball below (Credit: Getty):
The 'Girl On Fire' singer was speaking fresh from her performance last week at US President Barack Obama's inauguration ball, where she reworked the lyrics of her recent single to become "Obama's on fire".
Alicia explained to Capital that she had wanted to do something "special" and "unique" to celebrate the momentous occasion of Obama being sworn in for a second term.
Watch Alicia Keys talking to Capital FM about working with Emeli Sande again below: