Download Gerald LeVert Songs Genres: Seasonal,Soul/R&B

Son of The O'Jay's Eddie LeVert, Gerald LeVert was born into the industry.  He often traveled with his father and the band, and eventually, he created his own trio, named simply LeVert, with his younger brother, Sean, and his friend, Marc Gordon.  The trio started in 1984 and released seven albums, four of which went platinum.


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Gerald LeVert Songs List:

Song Album Released Listen
Mr. Too Damn Good G 2007
I'd Give Anything Groove On 2007
Baby Hold On To Me Private Line 2007
Made To Love Ya Gerald's World 2007
CASANOVA GERALD LAVERT, SHAN LAVERT 2010
In My Songs In My Songs 2007
Already Missing You Father And Son 2007
Wind Beneath My Wings Voices 2009
Can It Stay The Best Of Gerald Levert 2010
One Million Times One Million Times 2004
Taking Everything Taking Everything 1998
Gerald Levert - I'd Give Anything The Best of Gerald Levert 2000
That's The Way I Feel About You Love & Consequences 2007
Callin' Me G 2007
Gerald Levert - Definition Of A Man
No Sense Love & Consequences 2007
Can't Help Myself Groove On 2007
Written All Over Your Face Voices 2009
Closure Closure 2004
How Many Times Groove On 2007
I Got Your Back Father And Son 2007
Thinkin' Bout It Thinkin' Bout It 1998
Got Love Gerald's World 2007
Nothin' To Somethin' G 2007
Baby U Are Baby U Are 2000
Christmas Without My Girl Jermaine Dupri Presents Twelve Soulful Nights Of Christmas 1998
Slip Away Something To Talk About 2007
Private Line Private Line 2007
That's What Love Is Voices 2009
Lay You Down Do I Speak For The World 2004
She Done Been G 2007
Ooh What You Do Ooh What You Do 2004
Spill A Little Love Baby U Are 2000
Rock Me Groove On 2007
Wear It Out Stroke Of Genius 2003
Awesome Stroke Of Genius 2003
So What Do I Speak For The World 2004
That's What I Do Something To Talk About 2007
Bad Habit Something To Talk About 2007
Definition Of A Man Love & Consequences 2007
Forever You & Me Gerald's World 2007
A Rose By Any Other Name Voices 2009
School Me Private Line 2007
Close to You Stroke Of Genius 2003
Make It With You Something To Talk About 2007
Million Times slo mix
Funny The Transporter: Music From And Inspired By The Motion Picture 2002


Gerald LeVert


I wanted to just write, that was my intentions but I started seeing the reactions I got from singing. I said let me try this. I kept writing and singing songs to people trying to get my stuff out there and then finally something popped.


Music in the Blood


Son of The O'Jay's Eddie LeVert, Gerald LeVert was born into the industry.  He often traveled with his father and the band, and eventually, he created his own trio, named simply LeVert, with his younger brother, Sean, and his friend, Marc Gordon.  The trio started in 1984 and released seven albums, four of which went platinum.


In 1991, Gerald LeVert released his first solo album, Private Line, which climbed to #1 on the Billboard Top R&B chart.  His first single, the title track, became his first #1 solo hit, followed by Baby Hold On To Me, a duet with his father, which also went to #1.  In all, the album spawned four Top Ten singles, but only the song, Casanova, crossed over to the pop charts.


A Diverse Musician


LeVert followed up his 1991 success with Groove On in 1994.  Included on the album was I'd Give Anything, a  cover of Boy Howdy's country song, She'd Give Anything.  Meant for crossover appeal, the song peaked at #4 on the R&B charts, but only #28 on the pop charts.  


During this time, LeVert was also lending his talents to collaborations and songwriting for other artists.  In the mid 1990s, he worked with newcomers, The Rude Boys, Men at Large, and 1 of the Girls, helping them release their debuts and promote their efforts.  In 1997, he partnered with Keith Sweat and Johnny Gill, to form the supergroup, LSG, who released an album later in the 2000s.  While working with others and performing, he was continuing to record, and had released six more albums by the end of 2004.


Tragic End


In 2005, Gerald LeVert released his tenth album, Voices, which was a compilation of duets he had performed throughout his career.  Included were artists such as Vanessa Williams, Kelly Price, Teena Marie, and Eddie LeVert, Sr.  In 2005, the album appeared in the Soundscan Top 200 for album downloads, and the singles are still in demand on various music sites.


In November, 2006, LeVert died.  He had been diagnosed with pneumonia and was taking a number of prescription pain medications for shoulder and Achilles tendon injuries in addition to over-the-counter antihistamines;  his death was ruled accidental.  He had completed his most recent album, In My Songs, which was released posthumously.  


Did you know . . .


  1. During his career, Gerald LeVert won one BET Award, one Grammy Award, one Image Award, and two Soul Train Awards.  All but the Soul Train Awards were awarded posthumously.

  2. In 1999, Levert sang the backup music for Chris Rock's comedy album, No Sex (In the Champaign Room).

  3. Before his death, Gerald LeVert completed a memoir with his father, titled I Got Your Back.

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