By Ken Tucker
Updated July 15, 1994 at 04:00 AM EDT

Keith Sweat proves that new jack swing hasn’t lost its potency with these whiplash R&B grooves and slinky tunes about satisfying love in Get Up On It. If Sweat in his love-man mode occasionally verges on a Barry White parody (”C’mon, baby, let’s change positions”), most of the time he’s a serenely clever crooner sliding adroitly across a series of undulating rhythms. B+