She's a lively presence, ribbing clubgoers – including herself – who skip dancing to tend to Snapchat, and confessing her undying love for Nineties R&B by rolling back her chair, throwing up her hands and exclaiming in a comically high vocal register.
If you don't know Luckett's name, you know her voice: The Houston-born singer joined Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland and La Tavia Roberson in Destiny's Child as a soprano in 1993.
“I’ve been running around like a chicken with its head cut off,” says Le Toya Luckett of being back on the promotional circuit after a seven-year hiatus from music.
You can stream the project in its entirety now via Spotify.
This is Le Toya’s first album as an indepdent artist via e One Entertainment.
She previously releaed the album “Lady Love” via Capitol Records back in 2009.
In preceding parts, Toya and her bae (played by Thomas Jones) go from loving to…
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