Chante Moore net worth: songs, kids, how old, albums, career, personal life
Chante Torrance Moore is a Grammy-nominated American singer, songwriter, actress, television personality, and author. Her soulful voice won millions of hearts all over the world and established herself as an R&B artist. She has also released many albums which includes "Precious", "A Love Supreme”, "This Moment Is Mine", "Exposed", "Things That Lovers Do", "Covered/Uncovered", "Love the Woman", "Moore is More" and "The Rise of the Phoenix".
Apart from her successful music career, Moore has become a television personality in 2013, being involved in TV One's reality series "R&B Divas: Los Angeles".
Chanté has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million, as of 2017. She has earned her net worth from the journey of the music career. In course duration of her singing and songwriting, Chante actively takes part in live performances and stage shows.
Early Life and Career
Chanté was born on February 17, 1967, in San Francisco, California, U.S. She is currently aged 50. She did her schooling days but she became more interested in singing as she grew up singing in the Church.
Moore career began when she signed a contract with Silas' MCA-distributed imprint Silas Records. But, previously she signed a contract with Warner Bros Records at age of 19, recording a whole album before being dropped. She begins recording her solo debut album when she featured on the House Party 2 (soundtrack). She released her first album "Precious" featuring singles "Love's Taken Over", and “It's Alright”. The album was peaked at number one-hundred and one on the U.S. Billboard 200 albums chart and was certified gold by the RIAA on November 14, 1994.
Moore released her second album called "A Love Supreme" and peaked at sixty-four on the Billboard 200 albums chart. The album included singles "Old School Lovin”, "This Time", "I'm What You Need" and "Free/Sail On”.
Moore third album “This Moment Is Mine”, led her by biggest single to date and peaked at number ten on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and number two on the R&B chart and was certified gold. The album was followed by the single "I See You in a Different Light". Chasing her success, Moore fourth album “Exposed” released in 2000 that includes the singles "Straight Up", and "Bitter".
Three years later, Moore released her duet album “Things That Lovers Do”. The album was promoted by the single “You Don't Have to Cry". In fall 2006, Moore and Kenny Lattimore announced another album of duets entitled “Uncovered/Covered”. Similarly, she released her fifth album “Love the Woman”. The album's lead single "Ain't Supposed to Be This Way" impacted radio on May 12, 2008.
on July 30, 2013, Moore released her sixth studio album "Moore Is More". The album was preceded by the single "Talking In My Sleep." On August 7, 2017, Moore announced her seventh studio album "The Rise of the Phoenix" followed by singles “Real One” and “Something To Remember”. The song proved to be her most successful single in seventeen years.
Moore married to Kadeem Hardison in 1997. They had their first daughter named Sophia Hardison. The couple divorced in 2000. Later on New Year's Day in 2002, she married to singer Kenny Lattimore. The couple had their son, Kenny Jr., born on April 10, 2003. But on July 27, 2011, she posted on Facebook that they got divorced.
ActressSingerSongwritertelevision personalityauthorR&B artistChante Torrance Moore PreciousA Love SupremeR&B Divas: Los AngelesKadeem HardisonSophia HardisonKenny Lattimore