There is a whole generation of music fans that may not even be aware that LeToya Luckett was a part of the original line up of Destiny’s Child since she made such a nice impact with her solo debut album in 2006!LeToya topped the U.S. Billboard 200 albums chart in July 2006 and was certified platinum by the RIAA in December 2006.
Who would have known the infectious debut single, Torn, would do such wonders for her and brush off all of the haters that wanted to see her fail just to show she couldn’t do much with her career without the other young ladies she started out with. To add insult to injury, her second solo album, Lady Love, was released on August 25, 2009 and debuted at No. 1 on the U.S. Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and also as No. 12 on the U.S. Billboard 200 chart.
After taking time to get her acting and hosting portfolio up, the songstress is back with a new album Back 2 Life on May 12th! While we anxiously await it’s release, we wanted to revisit some of our favorite records and prepare your ear for what is to come!
Hey Fella (LeToya – 2006)
A fun flirty track where we find Toya spitting game to a young fella she has her eye on. Slim Thug adds a little flavor to the record, but don’t get it twisted… Toya definitely makes you fall in love with this record.
Obvious (LeToya – 2006)
It’s hard fighting for a relationship alone and on this track, LeToya was doing just that. Although you want something to work doesn’t necessarily mean it will. Love makes you blind and this track was one of the best ways to describe that situation.
I’m Good (LeToya – 2006)
LeToya got vocal on the uptempo where she had to remind her former love that he didn’t make her and she will be good now that he is gone, just as she was before she hooked up with him. You can’t play her if your game is weak homie.
No More (LeToya – 2006)
Once LeToya decided to pick herself up and quit shedding tears over a love gone wrong, the outcome was an emotional and fluid track that spoke to the masses. Considered a bonus track on her debut album, it was also one of the best tracks on her debut.
Reppin hard for the Houston streets, Toya linked up with UGK, Killa Kyleon and Slim Thug for the mixtape buzz track where she flexed her ‘swag’ to the fullest.
She Ain’t Got (Lady Love – 2009)
Toya got jazzy over a funky uptempo where we found out not only is she not one to mess with… but no other chick is gonna compare to what she was to this young man.
Over (Lady Love – 2009)
Toya’s sophomore shed a lot of light on what she was capable of vocally. One of the fan favorites was the track where she caught her ‘good for nothing type of brother’ in a lot of situations where he was ultimately mistreating her. She wasn’t having it… it’s over.
I Need A U (Lady Love – 2009)
Don’t think that all of LeToya’s songs end in heartache. The songstress got seductive and opened up to her suitor on this track where she laid it all on the table and let it simply be stated that she needed him.
After Party (Lady Love – 2009)
Ever heard the phrase ‘You won’t stop my party’? There were no tears or bouts of depression when it came to the end of this relationship. Toya definitely kept it moving with this midtempo knock. One of the highlights from the sophomore effort.
Tears (Lady Love – 2009)
When a situation is so beautiful that it brings you to tears… Toya tells a story of that good love where things happen so fast all you can do is shed a tear over it. Those happy tears. Definitely one of her best records ever.
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