Keith Sweat, legendary R&B singer, music producer and songwriter, is host of the nationally syndicated radio program The Sweat Hotel. Broadcasting live from Atlanta, he welcomes special guests and features live in-studio musical performances, while also encouraging fans to call in with their confessions, apologies and dedications.
Born in Harlem, Sweat originally worked for the commodities market at the New York Stock Exchange before he was discovered singing at a nightclub in 1987. In the same year, he released his debut album, Make It Last Forever, which sold more than three million copies.
I’ll Give All My Love To You, Keep It Comin’, Get Up On It and his self-titled fifth album were followed by Just Me and Ridin’ Solo. Til’ the Morning was released in 2011. Five of his albums reached #1 on the charts and collectively sold more than 25 million records.
After his success as a recording artist, Sweat ventured into producing. In 1992, he discovered the group Silk. He’s worked with LSG (wiith Gerald Levert and Johnny Gill), Men At Large, Dru Hill, The Isley Brothers and The O’Jays. Sweat was honored with the “Lifetime Achievement Award” at the 2013 Soul Train Awards for his work.
Keith has appeared on a TV reality show (Keith Sweat’s Platinum House, created and produced at his home and studio in Atlanta) and released a relationship book titled Make It Last Forever: The Do’s and the Don’ts.