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Chance the Rapper, A$AP Rocky, Patti Smith Playing Alicia Keys’ Charity Event

Keep a Child Alive, the non-profit co-founded by Alicia Keys to combat AIDS and supply HIV medications to African children and families, has announced its 13th annual Black Ball. It takes place on October 19 at the Manhattan Center/Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City. Keys, Chance the Rapper, A$AP Rocky, Patti Smith, and Salt-n-Pepa will perform. Clive Davis will be honored with KCA’s Humanitarian Award.
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