LeToya Luckett: An Artist, Entrepreneur and now Speaker

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~2-Time Grammy Award Winner~
~Actress in Upcoming Film In The Rough~
~Business Entrepreneur of Lady L Boutique~ 

The name “LeToya” is described as “victorious one” and LeToya Luckett has definitely proven the definition to be true. As a founding member of Destiny’s Child, she help set the group’s path to success and later set her own, by becoming a successful solo artist, entrepreneur, and burgeoning actress. As a member of Destiny’s Child, the Houston, Texas native became a multi-platinum National Recording Artist and 2-time Grammy Award winner. As  a solo artist, her efforts have been no less emblematic. In early 2006, her debut single “Torn” was released and quickly raced up the charts peaking at #1 on Urban Radio and #2 on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Charts. Its accompany video broke records by becoming the #1 video on BET”s 106 & Park countdown for 25 consecutive days – the first video to do so since Aaliyah’s “Rock the Boat” in 2003.

In Between album projects LeToya made her professional acting debut int he JD Lawrence stage play “Rumors” as Michelle. She later made her film debut by starring in the Warner Premiere film, Preacher’s Kid in the role as the naive Angie King. The film was released nationwide in select markets, and has since became a top DVD seller in its genre.

LeToya is an advocate speaker and supporter of several youth organizations and has a genuine appeal to women’s retreats, conferences, workshops and college sororities as well. She stays in tuned with the day to day issues our young women have to face and enjoys being a mentor for people of all ages across the world.

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