Keith Sweat

January 2003
Jet;1/13/2003, Vol. 103 Issue 3, p46
Profiles Keith Sweat, the singer who has proven his longevity in the music business. Success of his singles 'Rebirth' and 'One On One'; Concert album that will be released; Explanation of why he has had longevity; Comments from Sweat; Songs that have been popular, including 'I Want Her,' 'Twisted, Nobody,' and 'My Body.'


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