As the business lead singer of preeminent Philly spirit group the O’Jays, Eddie Levert has handled emotion-soaked ballads, sweat-inducing dance figures, and thought-provoking message tunes with equal aplomb. Dynamic since the past due ’50s, the vocalist has also aided other performers. He co-wrote and co-produced “My Like Don’t Arrive Easy” (1979), a strike for Philadelphia International labelmate Jean Carn, and he co-produced Troop’s number 2 R&B strike “Mamacita” (1988). Levert documented two albums with child Gerald: Dad and Child (1995) then one to speak about (2007), the second option which was released following Gerald’s loss of life. Levert continued to execute using the O’Jays in to the past due 2010s. He also released his 1st solo albums throughout that 10 years: I Still OWN IT (2012) and Do I CAUSE YOU TO Proceed Ooh? (2016).
Full Name Eddie Levert
Profession Actor, Singer, Music Producer, Songwriter
Awards NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Duo or Group
Music Groups The O'Jays, LSG
Music Songs Baby Hold on to Me, Cry Together, Back Stabbers, For the Love of Money, Forever Mine, Love Train, Use Ta Be My Girl, I Love Music, You Got Your Hooks in Me, Give the People What They Want, Brandy, I Want You Here With Me, My Body, Door #1, Your Body's Here With Me, Darlin' Darlin' Baby, Let Me Make Love to You, Get Your Thing Off, Sing a Happy Song, Now That We Found Love, The Apple Don't Fall, Loves Me Like a Rock, Round & Round, Livin' For the Weekend, I'm Savin' Your Place, Something to Talk About, Put Our Heads Together, Don't Make Me Beg, Slip Away, I Got Your Back, Lovin' You, Don't Call Me Brother
Albums I Still Have It, Levert.Sweat.Gill, LSG2, Survival, Ship Ahoy, Family Reunion, So Full of Love, Message in the Music, Back Stabbers, Something to Talk About, Christmas with the O'Jays, The O'Jays in Philadelphia, The Ultimate O'Jays, Best of The O'Jays, The Very Best of the O'Jays, The Essential O'Jays 3.0, The Essential O'Jays, Travelin' at the Speed of Thought
Nominations NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Literary Work - Biography / Auto-biography