On November 24, 1987, Keith Sweat dropped Make It Last Forever, a debut album that would shape the R&B world forever. With Teddy Riley producing, the LP was a hit among both pop and R&B listeners, packed with chart-toppers that made New Jack Swing the sound of young America in the late ’80s. Its lead single, “I Want Her,” earned Sweat his first Gold certification, cementing his position as a major force in the industry. “Make It Last Forever” was a huge hit, it soared to #2 on the R&B chart, securing Sweat’s place as an R&B icon. The album’s success, selling over three million copies, helped to launch the New Jack Swing genre into the mainstream, while Sweat’s influence can still be felt in R&B music today.

This was one of the best albums of the 80’s, from beginning to end, song for song, this is an all around classic joint.

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