Drake gave his salute to Keith Sweat in his latest single "All Me" from off his album "Nothing Was The Same" and R&B crooner Sweat is now thanking the rapper and others for keeping him relevant.
To get Keith Sweat's take on Drake calling himself the "light skinned Keith Sweat," Complex Magazine decided to phone the R&B singer to get his take on it.
"Out of all the R&B artists that have come out, I think my name has been used most in hip-hop songs. It's real flattering to know that someone who is on the top of their game will still acknowledge my music and what I've done. I'm a big fan of hip-hop anyway, I’m most definitely a fan of Drake, he's at the top of his game, you can't be mad at him. His music is melodic as well as edgy," states Keith Sweat.
According to Keith Sweat, his name has likely been used more times in hip-hop songs than any other. In fact, he finds it very flattering to know that a person "on top of their game" is acknowledging his music and what he has done.
Keith Sweat also admitted that he is a big fan of hip-hop and Drake.
"I'm most definitely a fan of Drake, he's at the top of his game, you can't be mad at him. His music is melodic as well as edgy," Keith Sweat says.
Keith Sweat is still the man, as the R&B hit singer keeps busy as a radio personality and host of radio show "The Sweat Hotel" where the lovely ladies get to ask him questions about relationship issues as they reveal confessions, among other things.