Song of the Day: Gerald Levert: "Answering Service"

What's so cool about this song is it draws the listener in with all of dramatic strings of a classic '70s slow jam; similar to ones The O'Jays put out, but then it moves on to the bass-heavy groove that was common in '90s slow jams. But, the best part is a remorseful Gerald wearing his heart on his sleeve and putting it all out there on "Angela's" answering service.  "Answering Service" by Gerald Levert from his sophomore solo album Groove On.


Classic Interview: Gerald Levert

Check out this now classic interview from 1994 with our Artist of the Month Gerald Levert about his then upcoming second album Groove On.  In this interview he talks about his writing collaboration with Tony Nichols (the two even penned songs for Barry White and Teddy Pendergrass), the evolution of his live performances and competition with his legendary dad among other things.

Read the interview here


Check out "How Many Times" from Gerald Levert's sophomore album Groove On


Song of the Day: Gerald Levert "I'd Give Anything"

"I'd Give Anything" is a classic love ballad. It's a song that immediately makes you miss the well crafted music of the '90s. You can easily hear the lush production influence of David Foster. The track is befitting, as many people are constantly trying to determine if there is a such thing as a soul mate, and if there is they are trying to determine who their soul mate is. "I'd Give Anything" was a major hit, reaching #4 on the R&B/Hip Hop Charts and reaching #28 on the Hot 100. The track is available in mp3 format as part of the "Groove On" album at

Did you know that this hit is actually a remake of the song "She'd Give Anything" by the country group Boy Howdy? Check out the original below.