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Aww! Alicia Keys’s Son Egypt Makes His Modeling Debut

05/22/2014 at 03:00 PM ET

Alicia Keys Son Egypt Ralph Lauren Children's Fashion ShowRandy Brooke/Getty. Inset: Jim Spellman/Wireimage

Alicia Keys, start singing a new tune because your little boy is on fire!

On Monday, the singer’s 3½-year-old son Egypt Daoud made his modeling debut during the Ralph Lauren‘s 2014 Children’s Runway Show at the New York Public Library.

And, just like his mama, this little charmer knows how to work a crowd.

Walking the runway in the brand’s herringbone jacket, navy dog intarsia sweater and tartan wool pants, Egypt topped off his dapper style with his signature mohawk.
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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.

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