The trio that made up LeVert consisted of brothers Gerald and Sean Levert (sons of Eddie LeVert of the O'Jays), and Marc Gordon. During the New Jack Era, LeVert scored with songs like 1987's "Casanova," and a flurry of ballads including "All Seasons" and many more. Members Marc Gordon and Gerald Levert also did some production work with their labelmates, Troop, producing tracks like "That's My Attitude." The two groups would work together again for 1990's "Livin For The City" remake/posse cut that was featured on the New Jack City soundtrack.
As the 90s progressed into the present, LeVert continued to record while both Gerald and Sean LeVert recorded solo albums, Gerald emerging as the most prolific with his solo output. Unfortunately, Gerald LeVert passed away on November 10, 2006 at the young age of 40 after suffering acute intoxication from an accidental combination of prescription medication and over-the-counter drugs. Tragically, merely 4 months after NJS4E interviewed Sean LeVert as he and Marc Gordon were preparing to hit the road as part of 2007's Ladies Night Out Tour, Sean LeVert passed away while serving time in prison for failure to pay child support from complications of Sarcoidosis, the name disease that also caused the death of comedian Bernie Mac later that year.
It is unknown whether or not Marc Gordon will continue the legacy of the LeVert group at this time.