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In 1993, Le Toya Luckett joined Knowles, La Tavia Roberson, and Kelly Rowland to complete the Houston-based R&B group, Destiny's Child.
The roles of the group consisted with Knowles as lead vocalist, Rowland as second-lead vocalist plus alongside Roberson and Luckett as background vocalists with Roberson as alto (and spokesperson) adding the low notes and Luckett as the soprano adding the high notes to the group's harmony, however occasional leads too.
The group recorded a 22-song demo in Atlanta, Georgia, with the help of R&B group Jagged Edge.
The group also appeared in Jagged Edge's video for "Where the Party At (Remix)".
In 1999, the group released their second album, The Writing's on the Wall.
The album became one of the biggest selling albums released by a female group, and was certified eight times platinum in the USA.
The two singles "Bills, Bills, Bills" and "Say My Name" were also nominated for Grammy awards, which "Say My Name" won in two different categories.
Meanwhile, the recorded tracks were leaked onto the Internet.
She began her solo career after signing a record deal with Capitol Records. Luckett was born on March 11, 1981, in Houston, Texas.
Her solo debut album, Le Toya (2006), topped the U. Billboard 200 albums chart in July 2006, and was certified platinum by the RIAA in December 2006. She grew up singing in her local Brentwood Baptist Church.
Luckett released a second solo album, Lady Love on August 25, 2009, which debuted at No. "The lady just gave me the mic one Sunday and I sang," she recalled.
She's part of the cast of the feature films Killers and From the Rough and had a recurring role on the second season of the HBO TV series Treme, and on the third season of the VH1 TV series Single Ladies.
As opposed to the first album, Luckett had more contribution to the second album in terms of co-writing.