Latocha Scott has been involved in music her entire life, beginning at age 6 singing in church and at local events. By the age of 11, she had recorded her first song with her father Randolph Scott. After Xscape went their separate ways, Latocha ventured more into performing as a solo artist including a collaboration with rapper Trick Daddy on the song "Thug Holiday" in 2002. Latocha eventually completed her debut album, Solo Flight 404, featuring the single "Still Ghetto." With the Xscape reunion in the works, Latocha believes this is her ultimate chance to be in the spotlight and share her musical gift with the world.