Grammy-winning singer Alicia Keys and record producer Swizz Beatz vowed to make sweet music together for life in a weekend wedding in the Mediterranean.
Keys, 29, and Beatz, 31, who are expecting their first child together later this year, swore their "I do" in an island paradise ceremony led by new age love guru Dr. Deepak Chopra.
The bride, who was raised in Hells Kitchen, wore a white Grecian-inspired Vera Wang gown and a diamond encrusted tiara. She carried a bouquet of purple calla lilies.
Beatz, who was born and raised in the Bronx, wore a white Tom Ford tuxedo.
Close friends and family filled the private ceremony, a representative for the singer said.
Among the celeb friends were U2's Bono and Queen Latifah, it was reported.
The 12-time Grammy winning songbird has been dating Beatz, who was born Kasseem Dean, since 2008, the year she threw him a surprise birthday party at the Guggenheim Museum.
Beatz reciprocated by adding a verse to hip-hop singer Drake's hit, "Best I Ever Had," rapping, "She gave me a party at the Guggenheim ... What's next? The ring? The baby? She really loves me."
In May, Keys and Beatz announced they were engaged and expecting a child.
Keys rose to fame with her first album in 2001, "Songs In A Minor," and released her fourth studio album, "The Element of Freedom" last year.
Beatz, whose real name is Kasseem Dean, is also a Grammy winner and is working on his third album, due out this fall.