LeToya Luckett discography
Luckett in 2009
LeToya debuted at number one on the U.S. Billboard 200 with first week sales of 165,000 copies and at number one on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, becoming the second Destiny's Child member to reach that position on SoundScan Mainstream Chart as a solo artist. To date, the album has sold over 529,000 copies according to Nielsen Soundscan, and has been certified Platinum by the RIAA for shipping over a million copies. The first single from the album was "You Got What I Need", with non commercial purpose, but "All Eyes on Me", the second single, is claimed as her "original" first single, as this is the first track that showcased her as a solo artist. "Torn", the first official single from the album which was released in March 2006 and soon became a hit having a high airplay, just missing out the top thirty on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 charts at number thirty one, nevertheless still becoming a top 40 hit. "Torn" became a hit on the U.S. Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, peaking at number two. It also entered the top twenty on the Rhythmic Top 40 and Adult R&B charts. In same year, the song was finally released worldwide, namely the United Kingdom, New Zealand, and Australia and became a moderate worldwide hit.
In the US, Lady Love opened with first week sales of 32,900 copies, debuting at the top of the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, replacing Ledisi's Turn Me Loose, on September 12, 2009, where it spent a total of thirty-two weeks and number twelve on the Billboard 200, where it spent a total of twelve weeks. Though fairly successful commercially, the album failed to match or better the sales or chart performance of its predecessor and did not chart outside of the United States. As of April 2010, the album has sold 132,000 copies to date. "Not Anymore", the lead single,was released in February 2009, and peaked at number eighteen on US Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs "She Ain't Got..." the album's second single, peaking at number thirty-nine on the Billboard Rhythmic Top 40 chart, while peaking at number seventy-five on the Billboard Pop 100 Airplay chart and number twenty on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play. However, the single was most successful in Japan where it peaked at number forty-nine on the Japan Hot 100. "Regret", featuring rapper Ludacris, was released as the third single - based only on downloads and airplay - "Regret" peaked at number eight on the US Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart and debuted at number one-hundred on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at number seventy-eight. "Good To Me", was released on February 11, 2010.
|Title||Album details||Peak chart positions||Certifications|
As a lead artist
|Title||Year||Peak chart positions||Album|
|US||US R&B||US Dance||UK||AUS||NZ||JP|
|"Not Anymore"||2009||107||18||—||—||—||—||—||Lady Love|
|"She Ain't Got..."||—||—||20||—||—||—||49|
As a featured artist
|"Almost Made Ya"
(w/ Ali & Gipp)
|"I Miss You"
|2008||64||Savage Life 2|
|2009||78||Guilt / Lady Love|
|"When I Had The Chance"
(w/ Boney James)
|"U Got What I Need"||2004||—||LeToya|
|"All Eyes On Me"||2005||—|
|"Good To Me"||2010||—||Lady Love|
|"Can't Stop"¹||1997||Blood Money||Lil' O|
|"Just Be Straight with Me"¹||1998||Charge It 2 da Game||Silkk Tha Shocker|
|"She's Gone"¹||Say Who||Matthew Marsden|
|"Woman in Me"¹||1999||Sweet Kisses||Jessica Simpson|
|"Good to Me"¹||2000||Thankful||Mary Mary|
|"Thug Love"¹||Power of the Dollar (Shelved)||50 Cent|
|"My Promise"||2004||It's Already Written||Houston|
|"This Is My Life"||2005||Already Platinum||Slim Thug|
|"Pushin' Remix"||2006||B-side||Bun B, Lil Keke & Cory Mo|
|"Work That"||Take It or Leave It||Young Collage|
|"Without You"||2007||Music Is My Savior||Mims|
|"Almost Made Ya'"||Kinfolk'||Ali & Gipp|
|"G-Love (U Don't Love Me)"||Back to the Trap House||Gucci Mane|
|"I Miss You"||2008||Savage Life 2||Webbie|
|"Diddy Rock (Remix)" (Unreleased)||We Invented the Remix Vol. 2 (Shelved)||Diddy, Twista, Timbaland & Shawnna|
|"Hark! The Herald Angels Sing"||NBC Sounds of the Season - The Holiday Collection||Nat King Cole|
|"P.O.V."||Mr. Robinson's Neighborhood||Yung Joc|
|"Be With You"||Pain Medicine||Max Minelli|
|"All A Dream"||2010||Trill OG||Bun B|
|"Single"||The Testimony (Mixtape)||J. Valentine|
|"She Likes"||Pleasure Principles||Pleasure P|
|"Killing Time"¹||1997||Men in Black: The Album||Sony Music|
|"Get On The Bus"¹||1999||Why Do Fools Fall In Love||Warner Music|
|"No More Rainy Days"¹||The PJ's||Hollywood Records|
|"Perfect Man"¹||2000||Romeo Must Die||Virgin Records|
|"What Love Can Do"||2005||Coach Carter||Capitol Records - EMI|
|"Not Anymore"||2009||Bryan Barber|
|"She Ain't Got..."|
|"Regret"||Parris||LeToya (feat. Ludacris)|
|"Good To Me"||2010||AJ Crimson||LeToya|
|"If We Had Your Eyes" (Cameo Appearance)||2013||Derek Blanks||Michelle Williams|
|"Honest" (Cameo Appearance)||Colin Tilley||Future|
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