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Alicia Keys' 'I'd Die Without You' Cover Takes You Back To '92

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - DECEMBER 01:  Alicia Keys performs live during the 27th Annual ARIA Awards 2013 at the Star on December 1
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - DECEMBER 01: Alicia Keys performs live during the 27th Annual ARIA Awards 2013 at the Star on December 1, 2013 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Don Arnold/WireImage)

Alicia Keys recently introduced fans to her new website, AKVault, releasing unheard music with the debut. In the vault is Keys' cover of PM Dawn's 1992 hit, "I'd Die Without You." The 32-year-old singer called the track "one of my favorite songs ever," adding that she had to record her own version. Another unreleased song that Keys made public is a 2003 recording called "Golden Child." "I wrote this song to pull myself up out of a slump I was in," Keys wrote about the song. "Feelings of not going anywhere, fears of not being able to make it." Take a listen to Keys' take on "I'd Die Without You" and her "Golden Child" below.

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