|Birth name||LaToya Rodriguez|
|Also known as||Lunatic Lady, St. Lou Girly|
|Born||July 22, 1983|
|Origin||St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.|
|Labels||Hit City Ent./Arista Records (2000-2009)|
LaToya "Toya" Martin (born LaToya Rodriguez; July 22, 1983), better known by her stage name, Toya, is an American R&B singer from St. Louis, Missouri, best known for her 2001 song, "I Do!!", which reached number 16 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100.
Early life and education
Toya was born LaToya Rodriguez on July 22, 1983, to a Puerto Rican father and an African American mother. She was named after LaToya Jackson. She graduated from Mary Institute and St. Louis Country Day School in St. Louis County, Missouri.
Toya's successful 2001 single "I Do" led to her self-titled debut album later that same year. Her second single was 2002's "No Matter What (Party All Night)".
Toya is married to former University of Tennessee quarterback and current University of Southern California assistant coach Tamaurice "Tee" Martin. On March 15, 2004, their son Kaden Martin was born. In 2012, Rodriguez gave birth to a second child, another son Cannon, according to her via Twitter.
- 2001: Toya
|Year||Song||U.S.||U.S. Rhythmic||U.S. R&B||AUS||AUS Urban||Album|
|2002||"No Matta What (Party All Night)"||86||34||—||25||10|
with Cam'ron, Freeky Zeeky & Juelz Santana
|3||7||2||29||10||Single release only (does not appear on album version)|
- "Stick Out Ya Wrist" (with Nelly), from the xXx soundtrack (2002)
- "Same Ol Dirty" (with Murphy Lee), from Murphy's Law (2004)
- "I Had A Dream" (with Terror Time), from Hard Times In Da Country (2006)
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