Alicia Keys reacts to video of YouTube duo Tim and Fred listening to their hit Fallin ‘for the first time

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YouTube duo Tim and Fred recently went viral after posting their reaction to listening to Alicia Keys ‘single Fallin’ for the very first time online.

And Keys, 39, clearly appreciated their reactions when sharing the hilarious YouTube video with his 30.1 million Twitter followers on Sunday.

Alicia also debunked Tim and Fred’s theory that in order for her to produce such impeccable vocals, she “has to be a robot.”

“It’s not the first time I’ve heard people call me a robot but I promise I’m not,” the singer tweeted, followed by a slew of laughing emojis.

Reaction-ception: Alicia Keys playfully reacted on Twitter to a video of YouTube duo Tim and Fred listening to their 2001 hit Fallin ‘for the very first time on Sunday

Tim and Fred, whose YouTube channel is called TwinsthenewTrend, have gained notoriety on social media for their entertaining FIRST TIME HEARING series.

The duo have reacted to songs by Phil Collins, Dolly Parton, Whitney Houston and many others that they claim to have never heard before.

Alicia’s single Fallin ‘appeared on her debut studio album Songs in A Minor, released in April 2001.

The song won Alicia three Grammy Awards for Best R&B Song, Song of the Year, and Best Female R&B Vocal Performance.

All Human: Alicia also debunked Tim and Fred's theory that in order for her to produce such impeccable vocals, she

All Human: Alicia also debunked Tim and Fred’s theory that for her to produce such impeccable vocals, she “has to be a robot”; Alicia pictured in 2019

First Time: YouTube duo Tim and Fred recently went viral after posting their reaction to listening to Alicia Keys 'single Fallin' for the very first time online.

First Time: YouTube duo Tim and Fred recently went viral after posting their reaction to listening to Alicia Keys ‘single Fallin’ for the very first time online.

She also won the Best New Artist award at the coveted 2002 awards show.

Although her roots remain in music, Keys recently announced that she will be entering the highly profitable world of beauty.

The hitmaker is teaming up with Elf Beauty to bring a “revolutionary” lifestyle brand to the masses.

Fallin: The song won Alicia three Grammy Awards for Best R&B Song, Song of the Year and Best Female R&B Vocal Performance

Fallin: The song won Alicia three Grammy Awards for Best R&B Song, Song of the Year and Best Female R&B Vocal Performance

Their schtick: Tim and Fred, whose YouTube channel goes by the name TwinsthenewTrend, gained notoriety on social media for their entertaining series FIRST TIME HEARING

Their schtick: Tim and Fred, whose YouTube channel goes by the name TwinsthenewTrend, gained notoriety on social media for their entertaining series FIRST TIME HEARING

According to a press release, the hitmaker’s line aims to “give new meaning to beauty by honoring ritual in our daily lives and practicing intention in every action.”

On the brand, the No One frontman says the collaboration with elf “really creates something that I believe in.”

“To me, beauty is about the soul, heart and spirit and what comes through you comes out of you,” she said.

New Partner: Alicia Keys Is About To Help Others Have The Same Great Skin And Glow As Her As Elf Beauty Announces She Will Partner With A 'Revolutionary' Lifestyle Brand '

New Partner: Alicia Keys Is About To Help Others Have The Same Beautiful Skin And Glow As Her As Elf Beauty Announces She Will Partner With A “Revolutionary” Lifestyle Brand

Adding: “And so it’s more than just the surface. It’s a deep conversation about who we are and who we want to be and where we’re going. It is one of my passions, one of my deep passions that has been developing for years.

The brand is slated to launch in 2021 and appears to be focused on skincare, with the singer having been largely makeup-free for over four years.

In 2016, she wrote in a letter from Lenny “to Woman’s Worth,” she recounted how she felt the entertainment industry had destroyed a woman’s self-esteem.

New practice: According to a press release, the hitmaker's line aims to 'give new meaning to beauty by honoring ritual in our daily lives and practicing intention in every action' (pictured from 2019)

New practice: According to a press release, the hitmaker’s line aims to “give new meaning to beauty by honoring ritual in our daily lives and practicing intention in every action” (photo from 2019)

“I was really starting to feel this – that, as I am, I wasn’t good enough for the world to see,” she wrote at the time.

Elf added that the brand will include a line of “cruelty-free skin products, developed by dermatologists” and will have an “inclusive perspective”.

The statement added that the new line would be a “culmination of Keys’ personal skincare journey and passion for bringing light to the world.”

Elf is known for its affordability and is sold at retailers such as Target, CVS, Rite Aid, Walgreens and online.

The Partner: Elf is known for its affordability and is sold at retailers like Target, CVS, Rite Aid, Walgreens and online

The Partner: Elf is known for its affordability and is sold at retailers like Target, CVS, Rite Aid, Walgreens and online

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