Alicia Keys Says Son Egypt Inspiring New Music

'I feel a song coming on,' singer blogs after gushing about newborn with husband Swizz Beatz.

It looks like motherhood has already inspired [artist id="503203"]Alicia Keys[/artist], who gave birth to her son, Egypt, earlier this month.

The Grammy-winning singer took to her blog on Tuesday to extol the joys of being a mom and hinted that some new music could be inspired by her growing family, in a post titled "I Feel a Song Coming On."

"Every moment is beautiful; delicious even! Every moment I'm learning and living in a way I never have before. Being present in a way I never have before. Existing in moments I never have before," Keys wrote. "Never have I felt so calm, so purposeful in taking the time to truly observe the world around me, to live in it fully and watch it, discuss it, put time toward it. It feels really incredible — so peaceful, so complete and long overdue."

The songstress, who got hitched to super-producer Swizz Beatz over the summer, typed about how motherhood made her feel, saying, "I'm grown, I'm confident, I'm secure, and so blessed to be these things."

While she didn't mention her firstborn child with Beatz specifically, she seemed incredibly moved by even the minutiae of the couple's infant.

"I'm most enamored with anatomy at this point. The miracle of the human body. The ability to create all these small amazing machines of veins, capillaries, digestive systems, eyes, ears and noses," she wrote. "I can spend HOURS looking at one little EAR! Have u ever noticed how complex just an ear is? A tiny maze of art. It may sound silly but it's so true. Or a heartbeat? Everyday we wake up and in some way, take for granted the fact that this beautiful pulsating organ in our body is the reason, and yet now that's all I can think of."

Keys continued the gushfest, writing, "I've never seen a more beautiful face in my LIFE! The most perfect eyes and beautiful nose, the sweetest lips and skin so soft and kissable!"

The songbird closed the missive suggesting that Egypt may inspire some new music from the chart-topping star. "I've never believed in greatness and the never-ending Higher Power more than now! And I can't believe he's mine!" she typed. "Oooh! I feel a song coming on ..."

Are you curious to hear what Alicia's music will sound like after the birth of her son? Let us know in the comments!