Alicia Keys is on a steady promotional blitz for the re-release of her seminal album, 'Songs in A Minor.' After performing on 'Good Morning America' Tuesday (June 28) morning in New York City, the R&B songstress unveiled a wax figure of herself at Times Square's Madame Tussauds.

Keys, outfitted in a teal dress, stood alongside her wax dopplegänger, which was positioned with its left hand raised in the air and wore a black leather outfit.

Earlier that morning at 'GMA,' the 30-year-old tapped the piano keys, performing songs such as 'Butterflyz' and 'Fallin',' off 'Songs in A Minor,' in Times Square.

"To be able to do this in the middle of New York City is the most special thing ever," Keys explained. "It definitely was a big fight and a big struggle to get to that record. All the success that happened after it has been such a blessing. I think that struggle really makes me appreciate all that happens now."

Alicia Keys is set to commemorate the 10th anniversary of her debut LP during Piano & I: A One Night Only Event With Alicia Keys at the Beacon Theatre on Thursday, June 30. Fans can tune into the intimate show and watch live here at 9PM EST.