She Don't

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"She Don't"
Single by LeToya
from the album LeToya
Released June 29, 2006
Format Vinyl single
CD single
Recorded 2005
Genre R&B
Length 3:24 Single Version
Label Capitol
Writer(s) Walter Milsap
Candice Nelson
Producer(s) Walter Milsap
LeToya singles chronology
"Torn"
(2006)
"She Don't"
(2006)
"Obvious"
(2006)

"She Don't" is a R&B song written by Walter Milsap and Candice Nelson for LeToya Luckett's self-titled debut album LeToya (2006). It was produced by Walter Misap and released as the album's second single in the summer of 2006. Although the song was expected to follow its predecessor success, the song only achieved moderate success throughout USA. The song contains a sample from The Spinners' song "We Belong Together"

Music video[edit]

Capitol chose She Don't to become Luckett's second single, and the video was directed by Chris Robinson (who also directed her previous video for "Torn". It was shot in Atlanta in the week of June 28, 2006 and premiered on July 5, 2006 on BET's Access Granted.

At the start of the video Luckett arrives in a Lamborghini Gallardo showing her case better than before (emotionally, financially and beautifully) ironically Slim Thug, LeToya's ex-boyfriend, appears in this video with role as her ex-boyfriend. As the video progresses Luckett direct herself away from her ex, but then he follows her, after a brief conversation (this being the song itself) she leaves the place, confusing his mind, then Luckett shows with dark outfit in a dark place, referring to his dreams. Then Slim Thug is seen driving a Cadillac with his current girlfriend, but it changes turning out to be Luckett. After this Luckett is showed in a bilinear gradient glass-field making sensual moves. Finally at the end of the video, all environments are showed in a lapse of time turning out to be only Slim Thug's dreams. He then gets out of bed, where his girlfriend is laying and calls up "Toya." The music video had a brief success on BET's 106 & Park peaking at the #2 position on the countdown.

The music clip is featured as an enhanced video on the Japanese Special edition of the album LeToya alongside "Torn".

Chart performance[edit]

In late July 2006, the track debuted at #62 of the Billboard R&B/Hip Hop charts. In September, over two months after the release, the song finally entered the Top 20, peaking at #17 on the R&B/Hip Hop chart so far. While the single was successful on the R&B charts, the single failed to chart on the Billboard Hot 100. The song, however, was able to reach #2 on Billboard's Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles, which is equivalent to #102.

Track listing[edit]

  1. She Don't (Edit)
  2. She Don't (Album Version)
  3. She Don't (Remix) featuring Nas

Charts[edit]

Chart (2006) Peak
position
U.S. Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles 2
U.S. Billboard Hot 100 Airplay 67
U.S. Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs 17