"Twisted" is a single by Keith Sweat released in 1996. It was the first song off his self-titled third album, Keith Sweat. R&B group Kut Klose and remix rapper Pretty Russ are also featured on the song. It spent three weeks at number-one on the U.S. R&B chart, and peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100, behind Los Del Rio's "Macarena", becoming his biggest pop hit.
"Twisted" peaked at number one on the Rhythmic Top 40, staying there for 14 consecutive weeks, the most amongst any song except TLC's smash "No Scrubs, (which spent 15 weeks at the top position on the Rhythmic Top 40).
The radio version of "Twisted" omitted Pretty Russ' rap before the final chorus, though some urban stations kept the rap verse. A second mix of the song, referred to as "Twisted (Flavahood Sexual Remix)", features a different backbeat sampled from Marvin Gaye's hit song, "Sexual Healing". "Flavahood" also saw significant airplay on radio, but was never released on an album.
On 2012, VH1 ranked the song at #35 on their list of the "40 Greatest R&B Songs of the '90s".