“Together”

LeToya Luckett "Together"

In partnership with The Caliber Foundation, LeToya has released a new song entitled, “Together” calling to end all illegal gun violence in America.

“In a time where we’re in need of unity, there is division. In a time where we need peace, I feel as if we are taking a step back from all that we have already accomplished in our history. People spend more time spreading hate and breaking others down instead of acting out of love and building each other up. How dare I not use my voice to encourage change.” – LeToya Luckett

Visit rallysong.com/letoyaluckett, and for just $1 you get the song and an entry to win prizes including a glamour day with AND and an exclusive listening session with LeToya of her upcoming album Until Then… and more! The more you contribute the better your chances of winning become. And there’s only a few days to enter!

Get information and download “Together” here!

“I’m Ready”

We’re ready for new music from LeToya, and we know you are too! Check out “I’m Ready”, co-written by LeToya, The Jackie Boyz, and D. Mile! It’s not a new single, but it is a sneak peak into LeToya’s upcoming album, Until Then, due this spring!

Yahoo! Music Interview: LeToya Luckett’s Destiny Includes Serious Acting Roles

LeToya Luckett’s acting gigs are close to outnumbering her music credits. The original member of Destiny’s Child co-stars in “From the Rough,” a movie about Dr. Catana Starks, who was both the first woman and the first African-American woman to coach a men’s college golf team.

In the film, which opens on Friday and also stars Taraij Henson and the late Michael Clarke Duncan, Luckett portrays Stacey, a college student dating a player on Coach Starks’ team.

Outside of acting, she hasn’t forgotten about music. In February, she released her first single in six years.

ASCAP's 5th Annual "Women Behind The Music" SeriesYahoo Music: Michael Clarke Duncan is in “From the Rough.” His character feels like an angel. What is your take?

LeToya Luckett: Wow. That touches my heart because when you think about it he was an angel figure in this film. He was always uplifting Taraji’s character [Coach Sparks]. He was just great. I think people are going to love seeing him in this character because it’s a different side for him. He was funny. It was a joy to work with him.

How do you relate to your character, Stacey, who is a swimmer and pre-med student?

There was a shyness. Stacey’s always been very confident in her swimming and that side of things and keeping her grades up, and this is her first time falling in love. One thing that I admired about her is she kinda went for what she wanted. She wasn’t scared to approach [Eddie]. With me, I’m a shy girl all day long. I couldn’t approach a man.

Did you foresee all these opportunities in film and TV coming your way?

No. I never set out to be an actress. I went on my first audition not knowing all that I needed to know about the acting world or audition process, but ended up getting cast for my first movie role, ‘Preacher’s Kid.’ I ended up getting cast for the lead role, and had to carry a movie on my first thing out the gate. I didn’t have time to be terrified and shaking at the boots.

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