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What is Keith Sweat’s net worth?
Keith Sweat is an American R&B and soul singer, songwriter, record producer, radio host, and author who has a net worth of $250 thousand. Sweat has released 13 studio albums, including “Make It Last Forever” (1987), “Keith Sweat” (1996), “Rebirth” (2002) and “Playing for Keeps” (2018).
Six of Keith’s albums have been certified platinum or higher, and have featured hits such as “I Want Her,” “Make You Sweat,” “Twisted” (featuring Kut Close and Pretty Juice), “Nobody” (featuring Athena). Known for singles. Cage of Cut Close), and “Come and Get With Me” (featuring Snoop Dogg). Sweat has produced tracks by Men at Large, Drew Hill, The Isley Brothers, Imature, The O’Jays, Ol’ School, and Chante Savage. He has also made guest appearances in “Martin” (1997) and “The Wayans Brothers”. (1997) and appeared in the films “New Jack City” (1991), “Pastor Brown” (2009), and “Love Magical” (2018). Keith began hosting the nationally syndicated radio show “The Sweat Hotel” in 2008, and he published the book “Make It Last Forever: The Dos and Don’ts” in 2013.
Keith Sweat was born as Keith Douglas Swett on 22 July 1961 in Harlem, New York City. His mother, Juanita Thompson, was a hairdresser, and his father, Charles Swett, worked in a factory. After Charles passed away in 1973, Juanita raised Keith and his four siblings as a single mother. Sweat worked as a night stock boy at Macy’s while attending City College, and he spent his weekends playing with a band called Jameela. He later took a job in the mail room of brokerage firm Pine Weber and within four years became a brokerage assistant on the New York Stock Exchange. Keith was also a supervisor at the New York Mercantile Exchange.
As lead singer of Jameela, Sweat performed in New York, Connecticut and New Jersey. He left the band in 1984 to pursue a solo career and recorded a few songs with the independent label Stadium Records. In 1987, Keith signed with Wintertainment Records, and he released his debut album, “Make It Last Forever”, in November of the same year. The album went 3x Platinum and reached #15 on the “Billboard” 200 chart and #1 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, and the single “I Want Her” in the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. is at the top. Sweat followed her successful debut with the 2x Platinum “I’ll Give All My Love to You” (1990) and the Platinum “Keep It Comin'” (1991) and “Get Up on It” (1994), all of which reached # Gaya. #1 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. Around this time, he also discovered the silk and cut close bands.
In 1996, Keith released his most successful album, “Keith Sweat”, which was certified 4x Platinum and reached #1 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and #5 on the “Billboard” 200 chart. . Their sixth album, 1998’s “Still in the Game,” was certified platinum, and album #7, 2000’s “Didn’t See Me Coming,” went gold. There have been six album sweat releases since “Didn’t See Me Coming” reached Gold or Platinum status, but 2008’s “Just Me” hit the top 10 on the “Billboard” 200 chart and the top R&B/Hip- Reached #1. Hop Albums Chart. “Ridin’ Solo” (2010), “Til the Morning” (2011), and “Dress to Impress” (2016) all reached the top 10 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. In 2018, Keith released the album “Playing for Keeps” and the singles “How Many Ways” (featuring Kee-C) and “Boomerang” (featuring Candace Price). He has also released the live albums “Keith Sweat Live” (2003) and “Sweat Hotel Live” (2007), and has appeared on the albums “Levert.sweet.gill” (1997) and “LSG2” with Gerald Lever and Johnny Gill. collaborated with. “(2003). In July 2021, Sweat took part in the “Verzuz” fight with Bobby Brown and had several of his hits.
In 1992, Sweat married Lisa Wu, who later became a cast member in “The Real Housewives of Atlanta.” Keith and Lisa welcomed sons Jordan (born 1995) and Justin (born 1998) before divorcing in 2002. Sweat also has three daughters, Keisha, Keia and Amaya, and a son, Joshua.
Unfortunately Keith ran into various financial issues later in his career. In 2012, Sweat was sued by PMI Mortgage for failing to make payments on a house in Detroit. According to the lawsuit, he allegedly defaulted on a mortgage of $450,000. The house was foreclosed and sold by the bank. Even after the sale, the bank still owed more than $200,000. The mortgage company was eventually awarded $253,000 in damages and even went so far as to sue to reduce Swett’s wages and obtain a lien on his other assets.
Awards and nominations
Sweat has earned four American Music Award nominations, winning Favorite Soul/R&B Male Artist in 1997. He was also nominated in that category in 1991 and 1998, and received a Favorite Soul/R&B Album nomination in 1989 for “Make It Last Forever”. In 2013, Keith was honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Soul Train Awards. He has earned eight other Soul Train Award nominations: Best R&B/Urban Contemporary Song of the Year for “I Want Her” (1989), Best R&B/Urban Contemporary Single – Male for “Make It Last Forever”. (1989), Best R&B/Urban Contemporary Album of the Year – “I’ll Give All My Love to You” (1991), Male for R&B/Soul Album of the Year – “Get Up on It” ( 1995), Best R&B/Soul Single – Male for “Twisted” (1997), Best R&B/Soul Album – Male for “Keith Sweat” (1997), Best R&B/Soul Single – Group, Band or Duo for “My Body” (1998), and Best R&B/Soul Album – Group, Band or Duo for “Levert.Sweat.Gill” (1999).
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