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Alicia Keys and Son Egypt Take Mommy & Me to Adorable Levels with Matching Hairstyles

09/11/2013 at 10:00 AM ET

Alicia Keys Egypt Matching Mohawks
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When Alicia Keys chopped off her long locks in July 2012, we were instant fans of her sleeker chin-length bob.

Lately, the singer (who revealed her haircut was motivated by motherhood) has gone even shorter rocking a curly-topped Mohawk.

Even cuter? Keys’s son Egypt Daoud is sporting a similar ‘do, too!

The soulful songstress and her hair twin, 3 next month, put their matching hairstyles on display Tuesday as the family — including dad Swizz Beatz — arrived in Rio de Janeiro, where Keys is expected to perform.

“I’ve heard from a lot of mothers who cut their hair, too. I thought it was kind of special and brave, but apparently it’s a new mother thing,” she has said of keeping a cropped cut.

Our only question: will daddy Swizz be the next to jump on the bandwagon?

– Anya Leon

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Sabrina on

I love her! She is beautiful and talented.

Sara on

Look at the lips on Egypt! That little boy is gorgeous.

Amber on

I love, love Alicia Keys. But in my opinion, she looks a hot Alabama mess.

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