Michael has never been married before, nor did he dated anyone.
He is a very proud father of three children, and a loving husband to his wife.
When some junior high school friends got the idea to put a group together, Tresvant and four others—Ronnie De Voe, Bobby Brown, Ricky Bell and Michael Bivins—started performing at local talent shows.
They were spotted by a local up-and-coming producer and songwriter, Maurice Starr, who wanted to create a "newer edition" of the pop act The Jackson 5.
For De Voe, his music career didn't end with New Edition.
And, his lifelong music career will be chronicled in the biopic, with Keith Powers playing Ronnie De Voe.
will cover De Voe's launch into the music industry when he was just a kid and, of course, during his time in New Edition, there's more to know about De Voe.
New Edition was formed in the '70s and is best known for the Hot 100 hits "Candy Girl," "Mr.Starr named the group New Edition and signed them to his independent Streetwise Records label, releasing their debut album, After a dispute over money, New Edition left Starr's management and record label and signed with major label MCA Records, which released the group's self-titled second album.Tresvant's smooth, approachable vocal style had become a signature for the group, and the hits continued, including the Top Five smash single "Cool It Now." Quiet and shy, Tresvant was initially apprehensive about the idea of recording a solo project.The result was the1990’s explosive debut album, “Poison.” Selling more 4 million copies, the “Poison” LP spawned four chart topping singles including “Do Me!” “BBD…I Thought It Was Me,” “When Will I see You Smile Again” and the ever-enduring, party-starting platinum selling title track “Poison.” In 1991, the group followed up their debut album with “WBBD-Bootcity” (A Remix LP). In 1993, BBD released their gold-certified “Hootie Mack” LP that produced the sultry hit ballad “Something In Your Eyes.” In 1996, “BBD” rejoined their childhood comrades Bobby Brown, Ralph Tresvant and Johnny Gill to record New Edition’s multi-platinum reunion album “Home Again.” “Home Again” sold more than 2 Million units and birthed a reunion tour for the ages.