Alicia Keys created a remix to Flo Rida's "My House"
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Music legend Alicia Keys has done it again — she has made another remix that is almost better than the original. 

Keys made a hilariously relatable social distancing version of Flo Rida's "My House" that's all about that quarantine life. The artist has created a few different renditions of popular songs for her Grammy performances, but this performance as a guest on a virtual version of Stephen Colbert's late-night show takes the cake for her best remix yet.

Of course, even in self-isolation, Keys looked flawless, and her skin was absolutely glowing. 

Alicia Keys has a catchy new remix for Flo Rida's "My House." 

The at-home remix was all about what life is like now that friends and family aren't allowed to come over. Flo Rida's jam is all about coming over for a massive house party, which is certainly not allowed in today's crazy times. Keys switched up the lyrics and made it hilariously relatable. 

Keys was interviewed by Stephen Colbert in an updated format of his late-night show. 

Colbert has had to transition his late-night show to a virtual one, interviewing guests like Keys over video chat. In traditional late-night spirit, Keys had a live performance, only this time it was of her remixed "My House" jam in honor of the quarantine. Keys even had a few household cameos from her 5-year-old son, Genesis.

Plus, she's so bored she gave everyone her cell phone number. 

Keys is spreading love and light to her fans by giving them her personal phone number. The musician talked to Colbert about her memoir and new music, plus how she stays positive during this crisis. Finally, she gave the best performance yet. 

When she hosted the Grammys, Keys remixed Lewis Capaldi's "Someone You Loved."

Keys' remix reflected all of the nominated artists at the 2020 Grammy Awards, including Billie Eilish and Finneas O'Connell, Ariana Grande, and Lil Nas X. This is just an example of her musical ability and creativity, which is also reflected in the quarantine jam she recently created for fans.

The lyrics were so relatable to our social distancing quarantine life. 

Keys sang, "You can’t come to my house, Suddenly 2’s a crowd, Only Swizz is allowed, We don’t have to go out." Plus she made references to other relatable moments people are having in quarantine. "Never knew I needed to hear @aliciakeys sing about flushing Clorox wipes," one fan tweeted. 

Flo Rida was grateful for the shoutout.

The original artist, Flo Rida, sent his regards to the musician. The rapper shared Keys' video on his Instagram and thanked her for using his song to spread awareness. "WOW! Completely amazed, thankful & honored @aliciakeys chose to use #Myhouse to be flipped for awareness for us TO STAY HOME @therealswizzz salute. Alicia I watched this 10x’s already love it thank you!" 

Watch her entire at-home remix here.

Keys sings about her growing unibrow (relatable) and starting to home-school her kids. Keys, her sons, and her husband, Swizz Beatz, are the only people quarantined at her home. This jam is so catchy, you'll find me singing it throughout the house this weekend. 

"Hand sanitizin', social distancin' ... we gotta stay in, can't come to my house, suddenly two's a crowd, only Swizz is allowed, we don't have to go out. You can't come to my house."