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Three decades later and nothing gets a crowd more hype than this marriage of hip-hop and R&B Yes, I know this is technically an interlude but it’s Keith at his best – pleading, sensual vocals that aim to snag his lady’s heart.At minutes, it’s proof a song ain’t gotta be long to be strong.
Keith has spent the past 30 years opening the doors for new artists, writing some of R&B’s most recognized tracks for fellow singers and, of course, being the voice behind some of the game’s true classics.I could have easily created a list of Keith’s 50 best songs because, well, the man is a hit-making factory.But today let’s just stick with the 10 gems that shine brightest.In 2003, Cage established The Athena Cage Scholarship Fund at Western Kentucky University, her alma mater.She was also bestowed with the title Kentucky Colonel by Ernie Fletcher, the Governor of Kentucky.In 2004, Second Street in Russellville, where she grew up, was renamed to "Athena Cage Way" to honor her community work, youth service and efforts to restore the Old Logan Theater.
You Know IGot Soul has spent the last few months spotlighting the 10 best songs from R&B’s premier artists, so when it was time to discuss the OG of R&B Keith Sweat, y’all know I had to do the honors. I’ve been a fan of King Keef ever since his Cosby sweater caught my eye on his 1987 debut album cover.
Keith always has been a master balladeer and the title track from his sophomore album lives up to that billing.
It’s the type of tender track that sorely missing from today’s R&B scene.
1991’s New Jack City soundtrack spawned quite a few hits and this track was among those standouts.
Keith even performed it during the film’s infamous wedding scene – though singing about being rejected by a woman isn’t the most romantic thing in the world. Yeah, yeah I know this isn’t a solo Keith song – it’s the unforgettable single from LSG’s debut album. Keith, alongside R&B titans Johnny Gill and the late Gerald Levert, prove that three heads – and three veteran voices – are better than one.
“Nobody” certainly wasn’t as groundbreaking as “I Want Her” nor did it sent the standard for future ballads like “Make It Last Forever” did.