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Flourishing into an accomplished female favorite, Chante Moore Chant? Torrane Moore is an American R&B and jazz singer. Moore grew up singing in the church and was heavily influenced by the music of George Duke and Lee Ritenour.
In addition to writing and singing, she was a successful beauty pageant contestant. Moore has recorded several such hit records as Love?s Taken Over, It?s Alright, ?I?m What You Need, Old School Lovin, and Free.
Chante is free- spirited, individualistic and knowledgeable of the music, thus, she?s capable of bringing renewed creative energy and passion to any phrase. Her soulful ballads with rhythm and blues, pop, and jazz make the audiences fall in love with the jazz music all over again.
After giving an inspirational performance in her high school, Moore decided to become a singer. With her sensual debut single Love?s Taken Over, pop Balladeer Moore rose to stardom. She released her debut album ?Precious? in 1992 on the Bay Area label and enjoyed a resoundingly positive response.
The album was a big hit, achieving RIAA certification of Gold. Precious spawned four singles: Love?s Taken Over, It?s Alright, As If We Never Met, and Who Do I Turn To. The first two became top 20 R&B hits. The debut Precious featured delicately wrought background vocals, complex elaborations of musical themes and the sheer exuberance of experiencing refined craft and beautiful lyrics.
Chante Moore continued to explore romantic musical terrain with equal success in her second release, A Love Supreme. Unlike Precious, presenting her mellow pop style with jazz underpinnings, A Love Supreme highlighted her earnestness and playful personality.
The release of the album allowed her to grow comfortably into her early success. Ranging from the exhilarating stride to the infectious groove, Moore explored the sweet entanglements of contemporary love with a supple soprano that floats over and into songs.
She co-wrote 14 of the songs for this album and billed her as co-producer as well. This RIAA Certified Gold album spawned singles like I want To Thank You and Old School Lovin? which entered Top 20 R&B hit singles chart.
Billboard singles like It?s Alright, This Time and the top two smash Chante?s Got a Man enlisted her as one of artists noted for consistency. The Grammy-nominated Chante vocally has grown leaps and bounds since her first studio session together with George Duke back in the early 1990s.
George was the first producer she worked with and recalling that time she says, ?I knew he understands me and would get what?s in me, out of me?. This Moment Is Mine was the third album released in 1999 by Chant? Moore. The album gave her the biggest hit to date, ?Chante?s Got a Man?. It became the first top ten single on the Billboard Hot 100 as well as a #2 hit on the R&B charts.
While continued gaining momentum, Chante Moore released her forth sol album entitled ?Exposed?. Executively produced by super-producer Jermaine Dupri, the album featured only two single releases. The first single ?Straight Up? became a moderate hit in some European countries.
The controversial 2nd single Bitter turned out to be a minor hit on the Billboard Hip-Hop/R&B charts. Chante Moore left MCA 8 months prior to the album?s release and worked with Silas/MCA in promoting the album to fulfill contract obligations. She took time off and in 2003 came up with a duet album with her husband Kenny Lattimore.
After recording two duet projects with R&B vocalist Kenny Lattimore, she returned to the solo spotlight with her new CD, Love the Woman. The album offers fans a new twist on classic Chante. Her longtime musical mentor George Duke has contributed notably in this album.
Chante hails reuniting with Duke not only a personal joy but a professional triumph. Later, for the acoustic-falvored ?Special?, she teamed up with Grammy-winning producer Raphael Saadiq. On ?Special? she sings about the importance of a woman?s self-worth. Most of the people who follow her music know that she likes empowering women.
The mother of the two likes being able to say something that makes you feel better about yourself. Her single ?My Eyes? is a piano-driven melody produced by Warryn Campbell and deals with the subject of reading emotions.
She also offered a moving, Duke-produced rendition of Minnie Riperton?s ?Give Me Time?. Love the Women?s lead single, ?Ain?t Supposed To Be? was written and produced by Shalea Frazier. The song is about a departure for the natural-born songwriter, who as a teen wrote her own lyrics to the instrumentals of the music she enjoyed.
Chante Monte?s singing and writing has undoubtedly earned her a satisfied audience.She is indeed a precious talent whose blend of jazz and R&B surprises and captures listeners from all generations. Listen to the music that features smooth lyrics swirling and soothing, over sensual notes, but with a strong message.