12 Songs, 51 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Without question one of the biggest superstars in the history of modern R&B and the new jack swing era, Keith Sweat dominated the airwaves from the late '80s through the mid-'90s. He racked up chart-topping hits starting with his classic debut album, Make It Last Forever. Til the Morning is his 11th studio album since 1987, and it’s a strong effort likely to satisfy his global legion of fans. A dozen love songs that bubble over with smooth production and melodramatic vocals, these are all effective bedroom anthems sure to set the mood. Fellow old-school favorites Johnny Gill and Gerald Levert drop by for "Knew It All Along," SWV's Coko adds her magic to "My Valentine," and the Auto-Tune comes out for the T-Pain collabo "To the Middle." Other standouts include "Open Invitation" and "High as the Sun." 

EDITORS’ NOTES

Without question one of the biggest superstars in the history of modern R&B and the new jack swing era, Keith Sweat dominated the airwaves from the late '80s through the mid-'90s. He racked up chart-topping hits starting with his classic debut album, Make It Last Forever. Til the Morning is his 11th studio album since 1987, and it’s a strong effort likely to satisfy his global legion of fans. A dozen love songs that bubble over with smooth production and melodramatic vocals, these are all effective bedroom anthems sure to set the mood. Fellow old-school favorites Johnny Gill and Gerald Levert drop by for "Knew It All Along," SWV's Coko adds her magic to "My Valentine," and the Auto-Tune comes out for the T-Pain collabo "To the Middle." Other standouts include "Open Invitation" and "High as the Sun." 

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