Swizz Beatz Enjoys Time with Sons as They Support Alicia Keys' Appearance in Super Bowl 2024 Halftime Show

The Dean family had an unforgettable Super Bowl Sunday

<p>Steph Chambers/Getty; Instagram</p> Alicia Keys and sons

Steph Chambers/Getty; Instagram

Alicia Keys and sons

Alicia Keys' family had an amazing time at the Super Bowl, watching her perform as part of the 2024 Halftime Show.

The "No One" singer, 42, had the support of husband Swizz Beatz and their two boys, Genesis Ali, 10, and Egypt, 13, as she performed alongside Usher on stage Sunday. Beatz's older son, Kasseem Jr., 16, was also there for the magical family moment.

Ahead of the halftime show, the three had fun taking photos and showing off their outfits as they arrived at Allegiance Stadium in Las Vegas.

Notably, Genesis wore a New York Knicks sweatshirt, which his dad joked, "My boy put the Knicks fit at the Super Bowl, he gives no f----."

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<p>Instagram</p> Egypt and Genesis watch the game


Egypt and Genesis watch the game

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Beatz, real name Kasseem Dean, is also dad to Nicole, 15, and Prince Nasir, 22. The Deans often celebrate their close-knit blended family.

As for fatherhood, Beatz admitted that it has its challenges. "It makes you grow up real quick," he told PEOPLE in 2011. "Because now you start making decisions based on how you want your kids to make decisions."

<p>Instagram</p> Genesis shows off outfit for 2024 Super Bowl


Genesis shows off outfit for 2024 Super Bowl

Keys talked about her blended family during a 2016 appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, where she was promoting her song "Blended Family (What You Do For Love).

"I feel like the family is such a beautiful and diverse unit and — as we've all experienced — our families come in all different sizes and shapes and versions," Keys said at the time.

<p>Swizz Beatz/Instagram</p> The Dean family celebrates Christmas

Swizz Beatz/Instagram

The Dean family celebrates Christmas

Over the years, Keys has been very vocal about the different facets of motherhood.

"Motherhood, I find, makes you look at yourself in a way that is a mirror like no other that you've been presented with before," she told PEOPLE at the 2019 American Express and Billboard Women in Music Impact Brunch in Los Angeles.

"I think it makes you look at what you have taken or learned from other people and how that becomes your truth, whether it's yours or not."

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