Keith Sweat is a singer, songwriter, record producer, radio broadcaster, and author who specializes in R&B and soul music. "Make It Last Forever" (1987), "Keith Sweat" (1996), "Rebirth" (2002), and "Playing For Keeps" (2003) are among Sweat's 13 studio albums (2018).
Keith is recognized for successful tracks like "I Want Her," "Make You Sweat," "Twisted" (with Kut Klose and Pretty Russ), "Nobody" (featuring Athena Cage of Kut Klose), and "Come and Get with Me" (featuring Athena Cage of Kut Klose) (featuring Snoop Dogg).
Men at Large, Dru Hill, The Isley Brothers, Immature, The O'Jays, Ol' Skool, and Chantay Savage have all recorded with Sweat. He has also acted in the movie "New Jack City" (1991), "Pastor Brown" (2009), and "Love Magical" as a guest star on "Martin" (1997) and "The Wayans Bros." (1997). (2018). In 2008, Keith began hosting "The Sweat Hotel," a nationally syndicated radio show, and in 2013, he authored "Make It Last Forever: The Dos and Don'ts."
His career brings him a lot of money.
Keith Sweat's net worth is currently estimated at $30.7 million.
You can find much more stuff about Keith Sweat on this page!
Keith Sweat was married to a TV personality Lisa Wu from 1992 to 2002. With her he has 2 sons.
Children: Keith Sweat has 2 daughters, Keia Sweat, Keyshia Sweat and 2 sons, Jordan Sweat, Justin Sweat.
Keith Sweat’s father is Charles Crier.
Keith Sweat’s mother is Juanita Sweat.
Find out who are Keith Sweat’s friends and associates:
"In terms of creating new music, I'm willing to even branch out and take a slight gamble, but I'm not going all the way far left. I'm not trying to reinvent the wheel."
"I look at music now as just something to keep you relevant."
"Today on social media, you can release anything and everybody will hear it. Back in the day, that was your only outlet, getting a deal with a record company and them distributing it around the world."
"My process is always the same. Maybe that's why I stay so consistent, it really doesn't change. I only know one way to record and do things."
"My strategy has always been to give people just enough of me, then pull back. That way, they'll want more."
"There's nothing you can do about what social media is now or the internet. You just try to find other avenues to make yourself seen and heard."
"Im living proof you can excel regardless of where you come from."
"Before something great happens, everything falls apart. Just hold on long enough to get through the smoke screen."