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Tonight on the Summer Mini Concert Series we’ll get into the music of R&B / soul, singer-songwriter, producer and actor Keith Sweat. The Harlem, New York native got his start in his hometown with a band called “Jamilah” in 1975. In November 1987 he released his debut album “Make It Last Forever”, selling three million copies! Sweat […]

Tonight we’re wishing New Jack Swingster Keith Sweat a happy birthday by playing some of his top songs for the mini concert. Keith got his start in 1975 singing in a band called Jamilah that was formed in Harlem, New York. His debut album ‘I Want Her’ catapulted Keith Sweat into R&B’s hall of fame after selling […]

In celebration of Majic 102.3’s 30th Anniversary, Live Nation, Radio One, and MGM National Harbor have partnered to bring The Majic 102.3 30th Anniversary Concert Series to The Theater at MGM National Harbor. The series will kick off with performances from R&B legend Keith Sweat on Sunday, October 1 at 8:00 p.m. and performances from […]

In celebration of Majic 102.3’s 30th Anniversary, Live Nation, Radio One, and MGM National Harbor have partnered to bring The Majic 102.3 30th Anniversary Concert Series to The Theater at MGM National Harbor. The series will kick off with performances from R&B legend Keith Sweat on Sunday, October 1 at 8:00 p.m. and performances from […]

If you’re a fan of 90’s music, you are in for a cool surprise just in time for Black Music Month. All this week the Steve Harvey talk show is featuring “Men of 90’s R&B Week”, giving some shine to those who have made a mark in black music. New Edition kick started the week […]

Whether you have tickets for his upcoming Howard Theatre show or not, I’ll get you ready for his visit to the DMV with a set of his songs beginning at 8.  Until then, It’s time to Sweat!

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Remember how in old school slow jams you would have a dude basically crying his heart on a track telling a woman how much he just simply adored her? Or how much he would do to get her back? Remember the days of Jodeci, Dru Hill, Keith Sweat, Silk and others? Remember when it was […]

Secure your panties ladies, Keith Sweat can still go “Til’ The Morning.” 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 […]