Keith Sweat Schedule
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Keith Sweat Background
songwriter, record producer, radio personality and major contributor to the New jack swing era, Keith Sweat's life certainly
didn't start out easy. His father, Charles, died in 1973, leaving his mother, Juanita, to raise him and his four siblings
by herself. Sweat went on to earn a bachelor's in communications from City College of New York. He took a job as a night stocker
at department store giant, Macy's, and also worked as a mail room clerk at Paine Webber. It only took him four years to climb
the ladder and landed a profitable brokerage assistant job on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. He worked for the
commodities market in the NY Mercantile Exchange.
Sweat launched his musical endeavor as a member of a Harlem band called
Jamilah in 1975. After departing from the group in 1984 to pursue a solo career, he performed at nightclubs throughout the
Big Apple and scored a chance to record for the independent label, Stadium Records. Sweat cut only one single tune for Stadium
called, "My Mind Is Made Up," which was their third ever release.
Sweat went on to churn out quite a few hit albums
and songs as well as claim several awards and nominations. For the American Music Awards, Sweat was given nods for Favorite
Male R&B/Soul Artist (1998); Favorite R&B/Soul Album: Keith Sweat; and Favorite R&B/Soul Male Artist (1991). He
took home the Favorite Male R&B/Soul Artist award in 1997 and was also presented with the Soultrain Lifetime Achievement
Award in 2013.
Keith Sweat Albums
Sweat issued his debut solo album, Make It Last Forever, in 1987. The
album raked in sales of three million copies. The biggest hit from this album was "I Want Her," which was nominated for the
1989 Soul Train Best R&B/Urban Contemporary Song of the Year award, while the title track from the album hit No. 2 on
the R&B charts.
Sweat climbed the charts again with his sophomore album, I'll Give All My Love to You (1990), which
landed at No. 6 on the Billboard 200 chart, and Keep It Comin (1991) which debuted in the Top 20 of the Album Chart. Sweat
issued his fourth album Get Up on It in 1994 and his eponymous fifth album in 1996. Both albums peaked at the Top 10 on the
Billboard 200. The single "Twisted" ranked No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 and "Nobody" hit No. 3, which made them Sweat's
biggest hit songs to date.
Sweat's sixth album, Still in the Game, was put out in 1998, landing at No. 6 on the Billboard
200 and No. 2 on the R&B/Hip Hop Albums chart. It included the singles "Come and Get With Me" and "I'm Not Ready." In
2002, he issued his ninth album, Rebirth. The single "One on One" climbed to No. 75 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 44 on
the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles and Tracks chart. His 2008 album Just Me included "Love U Better," a single featuring Keyshia
Keith Sweat Trivia
Among Sweat's other achievements in his role as sensational musical artist is
his role as a mentor and producer. Sweat discovered the group, Silk, and helped shape their premiere album, Lose Control,
which ranked No. 7 on the Billboard 200 album chart. He additionally discovered Kut Kose, the Atlanta-based R&B group.
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