LeToya's 'Torn' No More: Singer Unleashes Second Single, Tours With Mary J.

Former Destiny's Child member talks about 'She Don't,' self-titled debut's all-star production squad.

She helped make Destiny's Child a household name by co-writing hits like "Say My Name" and "Bills, Bills, Bills," and now LeToya Luckett wants everyone to know her name, too: The singer released her self-titled solo R&B album on July 25.

LeToya includes "Torn," which peaked at #2 on Billboard's Hot R&B/ Hip-Hop Songs chart and maintained a presence on the Hot 100, as well as her next single, "She Don't."

"It's kind of a follow-up to 'Torn' since we have decided to leave him alone," LeToya said, referring to the love-him-or-leave-him story line of the first single. "He's got with somebody else but he's unhappy because he realizes the new girl will never be me. She won't love him, and I was loyal. You got to deal with it."

The album also features producers Jermaine Dupri, Scott Storch, Jazze Pha and Teddy Bishop, and writers Johnta Austin (Mariah Carey's "We Belong Together") and Dave Young (Mary J. Blige's "Alone"). "If you all didn't know, I'm from Houston, so I have to represent," she added, running down a list of collaborations with fellow Texans. "I've got Mike Jones, Paul Wall, Slim Thug, the whole crew" (see "Ex-Destiny's Child Member Turns To God, Houston For New LP").

LeToya's previously released singles also appear on the album, including "U Got What I Need" and "What Love Can Do," which was featured on the "Coach Carter" soundtrack.

Right now, LeToya is in the midst of opening 26 dates on Mary J. Blige's the Breakthrough Experience Tour. "I am so excited because she is one of my favorite artists," LeToya gushed. "I am just blessed, having fun, and it's unbelievable." The tour ends September 8 in Concord, California.

So what's next? Like Brooke Valentine and Bobby Valentino, LeToya hopes to break into the film industry. "I would love to do some acting," she said. "I was big on movies when I was little. I always wanted to be certain actresses and do my thing like that. If someone offered me a movie, I will take your script."