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To many Hip-Hoppers the late 80’s to the late 90’s was the genre’s golden era, but what people tend to forget to mention is that R&B music was also hitting its stride. And Keith Sweat was smack-dab in the middle of it.

The man who wrote for all kinds of artists such as Ron Isley and the O’Jays stopped by The Breakfast Club and addressed his beggin’ singin’ style, the fourth member who was supposed to be a part of the R&B supergroup LSG (Gerald Levert, Keith Sweat & Johnny Gill), and his life before becoming a Harlem World renowned singer/song writer.

Here are the 9 Things We Learned About Keith Sweat on the Breakfast Club.

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