Later in 1987, Keith Sweat was discovered by Vincent Davis and offered a recording contract with his label, Vintertainment Records, which was founded in 1983 on the foundations of early Hip-Hop and otherwise best known for releasing Joeski Love's "Pee Wee's Dance" in 1985.
Vintertainment was distributed by Elektra Records from 1985 until it ceased operations in 1990.
Sweat also formed the R&B supergroup LSG with Gerald Levert and Johnny Gill, and released their self-titled debut Levert. The album was certified double platinum and reached #4 on the U. It featured the singles "Come and Get With Me" (which featured Snoop Dogg) (#12 Hot 100) and "I'm Not Ready" (#16 Hot 100).
Sweat's success on the charts started to diminish in 2000, when he released the album Didn't See Me Coming.
Sweat recorded only one tune for Stadium called "My Mind Is Made Up", which was their third ever release, but on Stadium's first release, he is credited as co-writer and co-producer of "You Are The One For Me", the last recording ever made by the group GQ.
One of GQ's original members is his uncle, Keith "Sabu" Crier.
The single "One on One" reached #75 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #44 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks chart.
That may seem most likely but it would not surprise me to find out it was she who cheated.
Sweat reached the charts again with his second album I'll Give All My Love to You (1990) which hit #6 on the Billboard 200 chart.
He released his third album, Keep It Comin' in 1991, which debuted in the top 20 of the album chart.
Sweat released his fourth album Get Up on It in the summer of 1994, and his self-titled fifth album in 1996.
Both albums reached the top ten on the Billboard 200.