July 23, 2014 at 2:26 PM ET
"The Voice" is getting another set of powerhouse vocals. Grammy-winning songstress Alicia Keys is joining the singing competition to mentor new coach Pharrell Williams' team for the upcoming season, NBC announced Wednesday. The "Girl on Fire" singer also tweeted the news, saying that her "Happy" pal invited her to do the show.
Fans were impressed with the choice.
Williams and Keys aren't strangers when it comes to working together. The two musical talents did a duet titled "Know Who You Are" on his latest album, "GIRL."
Keys is the final mentor to be announced for the upcoming season. NBC earlier revealed that Little Big Town will be working with Blake Shelton, Gavin Rossdale with wife and new "Voice" coach Gwen Stefani, and the legendary Stevie Nicks with Adam Levine.
"The Voice" kicks off season seven on Sept. 22 at 8 p.m. on NBC.