Grammy-winning singer Alicia Keys dispelled any rumors from earlier this year that she might be pregnant or trying for a second baby.
"That's down the road, definitely down the road," she told ABC News of a possible baby No. 2.
Keys, 32, is quite busy, too busy right now to expand her family, she said. She said that she's still on tour for her "Girl on Fire" album and spoke to ABC during a junket for the movie she just produced, "The Inevitable Defeat of Mister & Pete."
On top of producing and singing, Keys said, moving forward, she is eager to get involved with as many creative projects as she can.
"I really love producing, because it allows me to bring forth stories that are unique and different, and most of them are stories that wouldn't be told," she said.
Keys also already has a family with husband Swizz Beatz and son Egypt, 3. Scheduling quality time to be with them while she chases her dreams can be tough, she said.
"It's definitely sometimes challenging and difficult, but I think like with all of us that are juggling many things, a good healthy schedule helps," she said. "And you have to schedule your life in. You have to schedule your time off in."
At 3 years old, Egypt is getting a firsthand look at all the projects Keys is involved in, such as Keep a Child Alive, her nonprofit that is dedicated to providing HIV treatment, care and support to African families. She even brought Egypt on the set of her new movie.
"I definitely love exposing him to all the things that are happening and going on, especially the very meaningful things," Keys said. "We did have one day where Egypt was [on set] … so that was really cool. Fortunately, until they get into school, you actually can bring them almost everywhere."