So what’s been going on with Grammy nominated R&B singer Chante Moore? Well since she declared to the world “she had a man at home” in her 1999 hit record Chante Moore has continued recording and has sold over 3 million records worldwide. But everyone needs a career boost once in a while. She is set to star in the TV One hit series R&B Divas La along with Kelly Price, Michel’le, Claudette Ortiz, Dawn Robinson and Lil Mo. The cast was assembled by Faith Evans.
46 year old Chante Moore has been in the game since the early 90’s. Long before her first number 1 single the R&B Divas was featured on soundtracks for Waiting to Exhale, and Stella Got Her Groove Back. She signed her first record deal when she was only 22 years old. Chante grew up in a religious household. Her father was a minister and she grew up singing in the church. Her vocal range, clarity and strength helped her get noticed by Boyz II Men. She was featured on the groups single Your Home is In My Heart and later linked up with R&B singer Keith Washington on I Love You.
Her breakout came in 1999 after recording 3 albums she had her first Billboard top ten single “Chante’s Got A Man.” The record was international hit and got Moore her first Grammy nomination, Soul Train Award and the song sold over 500,000 copies in the US alone. She hooked up with Kenny Latimore and the two got married in 2001. The signed a joint deal with Arista Records to release 3 albums together. The deal was worth an estimated $1 million. Their first record was Things That Lovers Do which was a cover album. Shortly after the release she gave birth to her son Kenneth Lattimore Jr. in Los Angeles in 2003, the same date as Kenny’s birthday. In 2011 she announced via her Facebook page the couple was divorced! She had her first daughter in 1996 Sophia Hardison with actor Kadeem Hardison who was the subject of her single Chante’s Got A Man.