Singer Keith Sweat becomes big success in business as well

September 1996
Jet;09/16/96, Vol. 90 Issue 18, p30
Profiles singer Keith Sweat. His success in music; His album `Twisted' having sold over one million copies in 1996; His success as a businessman; The opening of his own restaurant and nightclub, The Industry, in Atlanta; Sweat's discovery of new music talents; His record label Keia; Other details.


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