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Chanté Moore
Birth nameChanté Torrane Moore
BornFebruary 17, 1967 (age 43)
OriginSan FranciscoCalifornia
Years active1988–present
LabelsSilas/MCA (1992-2002)
(duet act, 2002-2007)

Peak/Concord (2006-2008)
Associated actsKenny Lattimore

Chanté Moore (born Chanté Torrane Moore, February 17, 1967, San FranciscoCalifornia) is an American R&B and jazz singer.


Born to a gospel minister, she grew up singing in the church and was heavily influenced by the music of George Duke and Lee Ritenour. While in high school, she decided to make a career of singing. She was a successful beauty pageant contestant and model when, at age twenty-two, she was discovered by the MCA Records executive Louil Silas. Moore was signed to Silas' MCA-distributed imprintSilas Records.
In 1996 she had daughter Sophia Hardison, with actor Kadeem Hardison. They secretly married in 1997 and divorced in 2000. She married singer Kenny Lattimore [1] on New Year's Day in 2002 at a private ceremony in Jamaica. Their son Kenny, Jr. was born April 10, 2003.
When Moore recorded her 1999 single "Chanté's Got a Man", the man she was singing about was her then-husband Kadeem Hardison.

[edit]Early career

Moore has recorded several hit records, including "Love's Taken Over", "It's Alright", "I'm What You Need", "Old School Lovin", and "Free" (a Deniece Williams cover). Moore recorded "Your Home Is In My Heart" with Boyz II Men for the How Stella Got Her Groove Back soundtrack. Moore was also featured on the soundtrack of Waiting to Exhale in 1995 with the song "Wey U."
This also shows off her vocal range and does not go unnoticed by music reviewer Tracy E. Hopkins at Barnes and Noble who remarks how this record "showcases Moore's Minnie Riperton–reminiscent pipes".
In 2000, Moore earned a Soul Train Music Awards nomination alongside Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey for Single of the Year, Female" [2] for her Billboard #2 R&B and #10 Pop hit "Chanté's Got a Man." However, she lost the award to Lauryn Hill. The single was also certified Gold by the RIAA for sales of over 500,000 copies in America. In 2002, she won a Soul Train Music Award for Best R&B/Soul Single, Group, Band or Duo for "Contagious" featuring The Isley Brothers. She also appeared on the hit UPN show Girlfriends, singing Minnie Riperton's Lovin' You. In 2002, Moore sang onKenny G's single "One More Time," which registered on the Smooth Jazz and Adult Contemporary singles charts.
In 2004, a 20th Century Masters greatest hits collection was released with some of her most memorable songs, along with a detailed booklet in which author A. Scott Galloway praises her for her "powerful, yet flexible and gorgeous 4-octave vocal range..."


YearLabelArtistTitleChart positionsRIAA Certification
U.S.Top R&B/Hip-Hop AlbumsU.S. Gospel
1992Silas/MCAChanté MoorePrecious10120Gold
1994Silas/MCAChanté MooreA Love Supreme6411
1999Silas/MCAChanté MooreThis Moment Is Mine317
2000Silas/MCAChanté MooreExposed5010
2003AristaKenny Lattimore
& Chanté Moore
Things That Lovers Do313
2006LaFace/VerityKenny Lattimore
& Chanté Moore
2008Peak/ConcordChanté MooreLove The Woman[5]11014

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