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Alicia Keys: How having a son made me a feminist

By Scott Huver Slide 1 of 5

Sure, Alicia Keys is a Grammy-winning singer-songwriter, but she's also an actress, director, producer and -- most importantly! -- the mother of 3-year-old son Egypt. She executive produced and composed the music for "The Inevitable Defeat of Mister & Pete" (available on Blu-ray and DVD now), and while promoting the film, she chatted with Wonderwall about the most challenging part of motherhood, how raising a son has made her a feminist and more! Keep reading for the highlights.RELATED:Celebs' family TwitPics Alicia Keys on the most difficult part of motherhood:"The trickiest part of being a mom is the balancing act of [doing] all the things that I love like producing films ... and making music and going on tour. It's just a balancing act between all the work and family and life and things that all of us, any woman who's a mother and has a family, understands and has to go through. That's probably the most difficult part."
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