Lateasha (born Lateasha DeGuzman from New York City) was a female R&B singer from the late 80s/early 90s. She is the daughter of late R&B singer Ali-Ollie Woodson from the Temptations and her mother, Dolores Bundy is a well-respected entrepreneur in the music field and also a successful author/writer.
As a child, Lateasha was a child model and appeared in several print & TV commercials. When she was 22 years old, she was signed to independent record label, Rawsome Records.
In 1989, Lateasha released her debut single, "Move on You" which peaked at #33 on Billboard's Hot Black Singles chart, staying on the chart for 13 weeks. She also wrote and produced the song.
During that same year, her debut album of the same title was released. It's unknown how or if the album ever made the charts. She appeared on "Soul Train", the BET Network and had an extensive touring schedule.
After forming T-Shirt Productions, Lateasha landed a production deal with Motown Records.
In 1991, Lateasha released her self-titled album on Motown, which failed to make any impact on the chart nor did the single, "It Ain't Easy."
These days, Lateasha is the founder of Book It Girl LLC and is still active in the entertainment business.
To see Book It Girl's official website, go to:
To see the music video for "It Just Ain't Easy," go to:
To see a fan-made video for "Move on You," go to:
[updated on 03/08/13]