Grammy host Alicia Keys released a new song 'Raise a Man' after the event got over for 2019.
The piano-backed song is an ode to good men - and an appeal to make more of them, reported People magazine.
Keys took to twitter soon after the event and posted the song, captioning it, "Tonight was such a musical night I decided to drop a new vibe & have some fun with y'all!!"
Keys sings, "You're just not like these other men out here/ You just wanna hold me, and that's okay/ Can I be a woman for you, babe, in a time when it's not allowed."
The emotional song goes on to add, "Is it okay that I'm not independent? Is it okay that I show weakness? Is it okay I can't wait to see you? Is it okay to love a man right now? If you understand, then show me your hands."
The 15-time Grammy winner is married to fellow musician Swizz Beatz and the couple has two sons, Egypt and Genesis.
Notably, this is the first time that the 38-year-old singer she has released a song since 2016.
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