Keith's favorite actresses are: Halle Barry, Joy Bryant, Jada Pinkett-Smith, and Regina King. His favorite actors are: Will Smith, Denzel Washington, Al Pacino, and Robert DeNiro.
Keith's favorite movies are: Boyz 'N The Hood, The Godfather, Casino, and Scarface.
Keith would like to star in a movie, and has read many scripts, but hasn't found 'the one'.
Keith collaberated and recorded 'He Say, She Say' with T-Boz of the rap group TLC. He considers their styles similar, and thought that they would be a winning combination.
Keith would like to do duets with: Mary J. Blige, Ashanti, Avante, and Joe.
Keith's musical influences are: Charlie Wilson of The Gap Band, Ronald Isley, and Stevie Wonder.
Keith branched out to other business ventures, and owns a successful nightclub in Atlanta, Georgia, as well as an elite luxury hotel, called Hotel S.
Keith, Johnny Gill, and Gerald Levert released their self-titled debut in 1997, Levert. Sweat. Gill.. Their single 'My Body' burned up the record charts as #1 for 6 weeks.
Keith discovered the R & B groups Silk, and the female group Kut Klose. He was also the founder of LSG, with Gerald Levert and Johnny Gill.
Keith released album # 9, Rebirth on August 13, 2002. One track charted on the Billboard Hot 100 at #75, 'One on One'.
Keith's popularity began to subside in 2000, his album Didn't See Me Coming failed to produce a single top 40 hit.
Keith's most popular album was his fifth, released in 1996. It was self titled Keith Sweat, and debuted at #5 on the Billboard Hot 200 charts. His hit singles, 'Twisted' debuted as #2, and 'Nobody' hit at #3 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Keith's fourth album was released in the summer of 1994, it was titled Get Up On It. He was then listed in Rolling Stone magazine as the next Gerald Levert.
Keith's second album I'll Give All My Love To You, debuted at #6 on the Billboard 200 music charts in 1990. He based his songs on the problems of his friends, instead of his own personal experiences.
Keith released his debut album Make It Last Forever, on November 25, 1987. Make It Last Forever sold over 3 million copies.
Keith started his success as a singer in 1975, as a member of a well-known band in Harlem called Jamiah, started by Larry Peebles. They played throughout New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut.
Keith sang at nightclubs throughout New York City until he was discovered and offered a recording contract with Elektra Records in 1987.
Keith worked for the commodities market in the New York mercantile exchange, before making it in the music business.
Keith is a popular R & B/soul singer, record producer, and song writer.
Keith Crier, now known as Keith Sweat, was born on July 22, 1961 in Harlem, New York.
Keith: I've always been able to approach my own career with the right amount of objectivity. I do a lot of classic songs in concert which enables me to see the strengths of my career, the twists and turns that the other cats sometimes miss.
Keith: I'm from the street, and this business is just like that. You got to watch for the hawks. There was no tough lesson that I had to learn, because I am street-smart.
Keith: I've always written and produced my own music, so I've always had success. I'm blessed that I didn't have some of the problems most artists have.
Keith: Everything I was feeling, all the hurt and the pain and the emotion I was going through, I put into my music.
Keith: My strategy has always been to give people just enough of me, then pull back. That way, they'll want more.
Keith: You can't stop loving or wanting to love because when its right, it's the best thing in the world. When you're in a relationship and it's good, even if nothing else in your life is right, you feel like your whole world is complete.