Alicia Keys' Set the World on Fire tour is her ''best'' yet, and she is having lots of fun on stage.
Alicia Keys' Set the World on Fire tour is her ''best'' yet.
The 32-year-old singer - who is currently on the European leg of her fifth concert tour - is ecstatic about how the performances have been going and having lots of fun while on stage.
She said: ''This is definitely my best tour. I love the way the show goes. It has a beautiful evolution. It grows and gets big then comes back small then ends really big, it feels like an emotional musical experience. I'm having a lot of fun out here in Europe - I've never had this much fun.''
The 'Girl On Fire' hitmaker doesn't write a lot of songs while on tour as she needs space, peace and quiet to concentrate in.
She added to NRJ radio: ''I'm inspired more visually. I'm inspired by the way that I feel a connection to different places in the world. I don't write a lot because the schedule is hectic and I don't have that kind of quiet peace to really get in and start writing. I see people, places energy sounds I hear music and things so it's a nice way to rev up when I go home and start writing.''
Alicia will perform at Finland's Flow Festival on August 9 before completing her European stops at Sweden's Way Out West Festival on August 10.
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