It’s been eight years since Le Toya Luckett released an album.
But next month, she’s coming Back 2 Life with her third LP.
Soon included in the children's choir, the girl finally was able to find the right vehicle to nurture her craft when she satisfyingly made her way to join a music group called Girl Tyme alongside her elementary school friend, Beyonce Knowles, also La Tavia Roberson and Kelly Rowland in 1993.
As the troupe later morphed into Destiny's Child and signed to Columbia Records by 1997, she plus other personnel delightfully saw themselves achieved initial success through single No, No, No from their 1998 self-titled debut album before received much greater fame with second LP, The Writing's on the Wall by the next year.
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On the album cover, Le Toya strikes a sexy pose wearing a low-cut dress, as she looks forward with a confidence glance to the future.
The LP includes one guest appearance from Ludacris (“Grey”) and production by executive producer Joseph “Jo Blaq” Macklin, along with Grammy award-winning hitmakers Andre Harris, Warryn Campbell, and newcomer Anthony Saunders among others.
Produced by Jo Blaq and YBZ, it samples Soul II Soul’s classic “Back to Life (However Do You Want It).” In January, the “Rosewood” actress dropped an eight-minute music video for “Back 2 Life,” which felt more like a mini movie. Jones, the clip allowed Luckett to showcase her multifaceted skill set.
Next, Le Toya will star in Dionne Warwick’s forthcoming biopic.
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