on 15 January 2001
This album kicks off with the stunning Twisted, my fave track of all time. I heard the tune five years ago and haven't stopped listening to it, Kut Klose are the backing singers on the track and the song can only be described as magical! It's followed by some spine tingling ballads and catchy tunes. "Just a Little Bit" is a song that never fails to make me smile. Keith Sweat has a very original but soothing voice and it's quite evident on this album. A stunning album by a very talented artist. Respect, Keith!
on 10 March 2009
This is Keith Sweat at his best. I have all of his LP's from Make It Last
Forever, to Just Me. Keith Sweat released this at the point where his
popularity in the R&B/Soul Industry had risen from his previous work.
From Twisted, Nobody (ft. Anthea Cage), Come With Me (ft. Ronald Isley),
Whatever You Want, Yumi,Funky Dope Lovin' (ft. late Gerald Levert, Aaron
Hall, & Buddy Banks), & Chocolate Girl, the hits never stop. Such timeless
songs can be played by just yourself, or with the company of another
individual. I found myself playing this a lot in Spring/Summer 2008,
continuously collecting so many Songs from this talented individual.
This is the example of true R&B/Soul, unlike the nonsense being released
in Music nowadays. A point where proper substance in R&B/Soul could be
seen from different Artists in this genre of Music. This was 1996!
on 4 December 2006
This album is legendary, including the signature and legendary 'Twisted', and 'Nobody' with Kut Klose,themselves a classic girl group of the mid 90's. Keith will have you swooning and slow dancing in your sleep with this, his buttery smooth vocals melt in the mind and his catchy tuneful lyrics memorise themselves all over you. This album is so slick and effortless, not overtly sexual and not too subdued, its soulfullness should be heard by everyone