Sweat’s 36-year-long career began in 1975 as a member of Harlem band “Jamilah.” Taking that time to hone his craft, it wasn’t until his solo album Make It Last Forever in 1987, that we took notice in the sex symbol. Instantly, Keith became the adoration of women-young, middle-age and old. His fourth project Get Up On It featured the classic baby-maker “Nobody” and several other hit songs that have lived in the libidos of ladies long past the duration of the 90′s.
Sweat is back with his 11th album Til the Morning, and it brings that same vibe you would expect and desire from the R&B veteran.
He sat down with us at HelloBeautiful, to discuss the new music, his new book “Make It Last forever” (he even drops some relationship advice) and wanting to work with the newcomers to the game including Chris Brown and Trey Songz!
On Trey Songz & Chris Brown: