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“I feel it’s very important to build your foundation first before sharing your relationship with the world,” Le Toya told .
Le Toya Luckett and entrepreneur Tommicus Walker were married on Saturday in Austin, Texas, in a gorgeous ceremony.
She was there for the group’s first two records, including their masterpiece, 1999’s The Writing’s on the Wall, which spawned hits like “Say My Name” that are still played on radio to this day.
But a fallout over management led the group to part ways with Luckett and Roberson after that album’s release. “I’m so proud of every single lady that was a part of DC,” she asserts. Bey, I don’t know how she does it all, creating crazy visual albums and then you’re gonna carry two human beings at the same time?
Scan the Top 40 on Billboard’s Hip-Hop/R&B Airplay Chart this week, and you will find just two women credited as a lead singers. Blige, an R&B institution with a string of hits reaching back 25 years, but the other is less well-known: Le Toya Luckett, a former member of Destiny’s Child whose “Back 2 Life” – the title track to her new third solo LP – reached an audience of more than 5 million on radio last week, according to Nielsen Sound Scan.
One morning last week, Luckett was eating the occasional spoonful of breakfast oatmeal at the downtown Manhattan offices of her label, e One Music, wearing distressed jeans, a rhinestone-encrusted black leather jacket and a wide-brimmed hat.
The groom wore a Tom Ford jacket and pants by Ermenegildo Zegna.
Making up the bridal party, Luckett had two matrons of honor, one being her best friend and wife of rapper Ludacris, Eudoxie Bridges.
The lavish evening ceremony was held at Villa Antonia, a stunning mansion in Austin, Texas and the canyons of Texas Hill Country.
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.
Around the same time she released Lady Love, Luckett started a parallel career in acting, appearing in shows like Treme and Ballers and a forthcoming biopic of Dionne Warwick.
Luckett’s burgeoning acting career temporarily dampened her musical productivity, but it also helped her become increasingly confident about her choices when she returned to the studio.