They addressed their comments to all of us, and yet at the same time, it was like nobody else was there. She kissed him sweetly on the cheek for pics, and they hugged and held hands like two high school teenagers.
He called her a "beautiful flower" in front close to a thousand people attending the museum gala, where they were both honored. They were looking out for one another on that big stage, where they were jointly honored for the way they give back.
And of course, these two know a thing or two about what being a young and aspiring artist is like.
They them, and — mind you — they have two kids of their own at home.
If the second night of the 2016 Democratic National Convention seemed vaguely anachronistic, it wasn’t just because of the primetime appearances of ’90s politicians Bill Clinton and Madeleine Albright.They recalled how each is a child of New York — she from Hell's Kitchen, and he from the Bronx — and asked artists (and supporters) to continue to inspire and support one another in NYC and beyond. While they may mainly keep out of the public eye and keep their private lives pretty private, even a glimpse of the real thing can be pretty damned inspiring.In addition to being a museum trustee, part of Beatz's ties to art include his new contemporary art initiative called The Dean Collection, billed as a home for contemporary art and a place where young art enthusiasts can gain access to the art world, learn, connect and grow. And for now, these two are my new relationship goals: cute, creative and smart.Now yes, I know you may be thinking: he already had a family. And she made headlines for being entirely herself after penning an essay to Lenny Letter last year in which she said, And this wasn't just a one-time publicity stunt.She's gone makeup-free as a coach on "The Voice," and trust me, after seeing her fresh, flawless face in person, I know doesn't need the face paint. We know Beatz — born Kasseem Dean — as a Grammy Award-winning producer.