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Birth name Toya Rodriguez
Also known as Lunatic Lady, St. Lou Girl
Born July 22, 1983
Origin St. Louis, Missouri,
United States
Genres Pop, R&B
Occupations Singer
Years active 2001-2006
Labels Hit City Ent./Arista Records (2000-2003)

Toya Rodriguez (born 1983 in North Dakota), known professionally as Toya, is an American pop singer from St. Louis, Missouri.


Musical career

Her hit 2001 single "I Do" led to her self-titled debut album the same year. Her second single was 2002's "No Matter What (Party All Night)".

Personal life

One of three girls born to a Puerto Rican father and an African American mother, Rodriguez was named after LaToya Jackson[1]. She graduated from Mary Institute and St. Louis Country Day School in St. Louis County, Missouri, and St. Louis University.

Toya married quarterback Tamaurice "Tee" Martin. On November 3, 2005 their son Kaden Martin was born. Toya resides in Atlanta, Georgia.




  • Released: August 7, 2001 (U.S.)
  • Sales: 400,000
  • Chart positions: #109 (U.S.) #60 (U.S. R&B)
  • Certification: N/A
  • Singles:
    • "I Do!!" (May 2001)
    • "No Matta What (Party All Night)" (2002)


Year Song U.S U.S Rhythmic U.S R&B AUS AUS Urban Album
2001 "I Do!!" 16 8 25 12 5 Toya
2002 "No Matta What (Party All Night)" 86 34 25 10
2002 "Hey Ma"
with Cam'ron, Freeky Zeeky & Juelz Santana
3 7 2 29 10 Come Home with Me

Other appearances

  • "Stick Out Ya Wrist" (with Nelly) (from 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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