Keith Sweat talked about his upcoming album and syndicated radio show with “The Ed Lover Show.” Sweat believes he got a lot of his hustle from growing up in New York and that’s where he met Teddy Riley. They recorded “Make It Last Forever” the pre-production in the St. Nick projects. Sweat explained that years ago he would receive advances from his record labels because they knew he was a platinum artist. He moved to Atlanta because the houses were bigger and cheaper plus the cost of living in New York was getting too expensive.

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