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Alicia Keys Honors Pharrell Williams’ ‘Letter to My Godfather’ at Hollywood Film Awards 2019

Alicia Keys honors Pharrell Williams‘ contribution to Netflix’s The Black Godfather!

The 38-year-old “Girl on Fire” singer presented the “1000″ singer with Hollywood Song Award for “Letter to My Godfather” at the 2019 Hollywood Film Awards held at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on Sunday (November 3) in Beverly Hills, Calif.

Alicia looked stunning in a backless black dress, and Pharrell looked stylish in a painted “Human Made” jacket and Mickey Mouse t-shirt.

Alicia began her tribute to Pharrell by recognizing all of the love in the room, before Pharrell delivered a powerful speech focusing on the unparalleled contributions made by The Black Godfather subject, Clarence Avant. He said that he has opened doors when others would glue them shut and has consistently demanded equality throughout his career. 

“Baby hairs poppin’ ✨✨✨✨,” Alicia shared on Instagram, adding, “Feeling grrrand!”
 The Hollywood Music In Media Awards honors the music of visual mediums (film, TV, movie trailers, video games, commercials, etc.), the talented individuals responsible for creating, producing and placing it and the music of mainstream and indie artists from around the globe. 
Awards will be given out on Wednesday, November 20th, 2019 at the Avalon in Los Angeles.
THE BLACK GODFATHER “Letter To My Godfather” Written by Pharrell Williams & Chad Hugo. Performed by Pharrell Williams.

The full list of nominees can be seen here: