Keith Sweat is an American R&B singer-songwriter, record producer, and radio personality with an estimated net worth of -$250 thousand. The singer is 5’10″ and weighs 193 pounds. Keith Douglas Crier was born on July 22, 1961 in Harlem, New York. He earned his BS in Communications from City College of New York and worked his way up to a lucrative position as a brokerage assistant for the New York Mercantile Exchange.
Although Sweat had a great career, he still continued to indulge in his passion with music. Sweat sang at nightclubs throughout New York, Connecticut, and New Jersey before being discovered. He signed a recording contract with Elektra Records in 1987.
Since signing to Elektra, Keith Seat has released eleven albums: Make It Last Forever (1987), I’ll Give All My Love to You (1990), Keep It Comin’ (1991), Get Up On It (1994), Keith Sweat (1996), Still in the Game (1998), Didn’t See Me Coming (2000), Rebirth (2002), Just Me (2008), Ridin’ Solo (2010), and Til the Morning (2011).
Keith Sweat’s most successful songs are “I Want Her”, “Make it Last Forever”, “Twisted”, “Nobody” and the remix to Slave’s 1979 song “Just a Touch of Love”.
Keith Sweat is credited with being an innovator of New Jack Swing, which is an infusion of R&B, funk, dance-pop, and hip-hop music. Sweat won the American Music Award’s Favorite Male R&B/Soul Artist award in 1997. He also formed the music groups LSG, Silk, Kut Klose, and Ol’ Skool, all of which have had popular radio songs.