Alicia Keys and Son Egypt Rock Same 'Frohawk Hairstyle: See the Adorable Picture!

Celebrity Beauty Sep. 10, 2013 AT 4:10PM
Alicia Keys, Swizz Beatz and son Egypt in Rio de Janeiro
Alicia Keys, with husband Swizz Beatz, arrives in Rio de Janeiro with son Egypt sporting same short haircut. Credit: GADE/AKM-GSI

Alicia Keys' new hairdo has at least one fan: Her adorable 2-year-old son Egypt, who has the exact same cut -- a 'frohawk! The pair were spotted touching down in Rio de Janeiro on Sept. 10, where the "Empire State of Mind" singer is slated to perform at the Rio Festival this weekend, sporting matching hairstyles!

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Mother and son were dressed casual for their flight -- Keys in super-short denim shorts and a blouse tied at the waist, partially exposing her coral bandeau bikini under it, Egypt in a green polo shirt and white shorts -- as was Swizz Beatz, her husband and Egypt's dad, who was also along for the trip.

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Keys first debuted her new short hairstyle when she performed at the Good Morning America Concert Series on Aug. 30, for which she slicked her newly shorn locks down across her brow. The edgy blunt look led to a slew of taunts on Twitter, some of which compared her to Spock (of Star Trek) and Mo (of The Three Stooges).

Alicia Keys attends the Jason Wu show during Spring 2014 Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week at 82 Mercer on September 6, 2013 in New York City.
Alicia Keys attends the Jason Wu show during Spring 2014 Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week at 82 Mercer on September 6, 2013 in New York City.
Credit: Theo Wargo/WireImage.com

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A few hours later, she tweeted another shot of her hairdo, this time, styled into a bouffant of natural curls, captioning it, "Versatility!! ;-) i'm having so much fun! Love and light to u!"

Tell Us: Do you like the 'frohawk better on Alicia Keys or her son Egypt?

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