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R&B icon Keith Sweat keeps it comin' with Just Me, his first studio set since 2002's Rebirth. It continues the charismatic Harlem-born singer-songwriter/producer's timeless tradition of smooth and sexy grooves on cuts including the sultry 'Suga Suga Suga' featuring Paisley Bettis, 'Love You Better'- a destined-to-be-classic duet between Keith and Keyshia Cole - and 'Just Wanna Sex You,'a scorching signature Sweat jam. Another stand-out, 'Somebody,' delights as Sweat's first track to feature the vocal maestro singing falsetto. The disc also reunites Sweat with choice collaborators from his initial rise to superstardom during the 'new jack' era of late '80s urban music with breakthrough #1 singles including 'I Want Her' and 'I'll Give All My Love To You'.
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This album has received strong reviews. But if you really want to know if the album is good, listen to the samples. They will help you decide. I wish I would have done this first. Since I can't get my money back, I am glad the CD was on sale.
One thing is for sure, Keith still looks great! I am still a fan, just not a fan of this particular album.
But with Just Me the wait is over and it feels like he never left as his voice is still recognizable and solid as ever before.
Just Me has 12 tracks and each one of them could easily be a solid single release on the R&B/Pop charts. With such artists as Paisley Bettis, Keyshia Cole and Athena Cage on various songs it only serves to show how Keith continues to churn out great music for whatever purpose you like.
Songs of note on Just Me:
2. The Floor
3. Girl of My Dreams
4. Sexiest Girl
5. Butterscotch (Athena Cage)
7. Suga, Suga, Suga (Paisley Bettis) currently charted on R&B charts
9. Love You Better (Keyshia Cole)
12. Teach Me
The cd as a whole is on par with some of his earlier releases (Make It Last Forever, Keith Sweat). But make no mistake this one isn't a rehash of his earlier works each and every song here. Is something that you really need to hear and listen to as well. So make it a point of getting "Just Me" by Keith Sweat and keep supporting on the singers out their still doing music their way and very well. I might add.
Most of the tracks found here are ballads. There are a few mid-tempo cuts, but there is nothing really fast here. Further, the vast majority of this music is about women and all-out sex. While Sweat is usually remotely tasteful, he gets pretty raunchy sometimes. Personally, I don't mind that, but more conservative individuals will have a problem with the raunchiness. The album begins with a wonderful song called "Someone." I replayed this song over and over again! Sweat has a nice falsetto voice that I never knew about; he uses it through this entire song. The hook, lyrics and production are all creative. This song is the best on "Just Me." The second best moment is a song called "Butterscotch." This is another sexy ballad that will get you plenty of advances if you were to play it in the bedroom with your mate. The lyrics say "You're qualified, let's do what freaks do." Sweat gives us lots of energy on "Me and My Girl." This mid-tempo number has a nice beat and a catchy hook. In "Teach Me", Sweat tells a lady that he will teach her new sexual techniques and he hopes that she is a quick learner. Most of the beats on this album contain only a drumming and piano arrangement, but this formula truly works for him.
I highly recommend this album to those who enjoy mellow and relaxing R&B music. After taking a listen to this album, I respect Keith Sweat as a musician a lot more. A job well done. 4 shining stars!
Mikeisha's Top 5
3. "Girl Of My Dreams"
4. "What's A Man To Do"
5. "Just Wanna Sex You"
Go back and check 90s music Keith! Stop doin this trendy commercial so called "r&b" in Akon style
What about jazz Keith? )) You can check what Zhane have been doig with jazz back in the day. It was MUSIC
2)This is the second part of my review about this album and i have to say that i decided to edit this review because of many fanatic reviews dissin the "haters"
Which kind of music do you give 5 stars, fellows? - classic commercial urban r&b, welded on all worthless canons of 2008. Once the 90s left, the very last of good mainstream R&B left. No more ingenuity, originality, no more real instruments, no more deep, meaningful subject matter. It's always the same melodies and the same boring lyrics., lets freak, i wanna sex you.... Can somebody tell me what Keith is singing about on his last 3 albums? "I'll trade a million bucks", "Just Wann Sex You"? It's mega primitive tunes for youth.. The last of his songs wich i can call "qualitative" are "Just Another Day" and "In Your Eyes" from 98. 10 (!!!) years old. These songs have CLASS.These songs were sung stretchedly, lingeringly, beautifully, with pauses, fine articulation, with emotion,
But how can be "Just Me" album rated in 5 stars?!!! No lyrics, no good sining, no music, no decent bassline, no melody. only fake studio beats overpowering everything
Keith just makin his money, he want to sell his records. He's more businessman than the musician. And all of you who gave this album 5 stars just helped him to make his money!