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Kenny Lattimore ex wife

Kenny Lattimore ex wife

Kenny Lattimore ex wife

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On January 11, 2002, Lattimore married singer Chanté Moore in Kingston, Jamaica. On April 10, 2003, Moore gave birth to their son Kenny Lattimore Jr. Six years later, in July 2011, the two announced they had divorced.

Chanté Moore

Chanté Torrane Moore (born February 17, 1967) is an American singer-songwriter, television personality, and author who rose to fame in the early 1990s, initially as an R&B singer before becoming a television personality and author.

Her debut studio album Precious was released in 1992. It was certified gold by the RIAA on November 14, 1994, in the United States, and produced such R&B hits as “Love’s Taken Over” and “It’s Alright.” The second album she released in 1994, A Love Supreme, failed to achieve the same level of success as her first album.

Kenny Lattimore ex wife
Kenny Lattimore ex wife

In 1999, her third album, This Moment Is Mine, was released, which included “Chanté’s Got a Man”, her first top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 2 on the R&B chart. It became her signature song and her best charting song to date, which was released in 2000. In the following years, she released three more solo studio albums, Exposed (2000), Love the Woman (2008), Moore Is More (2013) and two collaborative albums, Things That Lovers Do (2003), Uncovered/Covered (2006), both with Kenny Lattimore.

In addition to her success in music, Moore has been a television personality since 2013, appearing in TV One’s reality show R&B Divas: Los Angeles for three seasons before the show was cancelled.

Early life of Kenny Lattimore ex wife

She was a beauty pageant contestant and model when, at the age of twenty-two, she was discovered by MCA Records executive Louil Silas, while she was still singing in the church. Moore grew up singing in the church and was heavily influenced by the music of George Duke and Lee Ritenour.If you are interested in knowing about the life of other celebrities like Marjorie Diamond, we have provided complete explanations about them in Sulcerin.

 first part of Chante Moore’s Career 

1991–1995: Debut album Precious, breakthrough and A Love Supreme

In 1991, Moore signed to Silas Records, a MCA-distributed imprint of Silas Records. She was previously signed to Warner Bros Records by Benny Medina when she was only 19 years old, recording a whole album before being dropped. Her solo debut album began in 1991 when Moore’s song “Candlelight and You,” featuring Moore’s vocals and Keith Washington’s, appeared on the House Party 2 soundtrack, and she immediately began recording it.

Kenny Lattimore ex wife
Kenny Lattimore ex wife

Precious, Moore’s debut album for Silas Records and MCA Records, was
released on September 29, 1992. There were several producers
involved in producing the album, including Simon Law, Bebe Winans, George Duke, and others. It peaked at number one and one on the U.S. Billboard 200 albums chart. On the Billboard Hot 100 and R&B Singles charts, respectively, “Love’s Taken Over” ranked at number eighty-six and thirteen, respectively. However, the second single from the album, It’s Alright, had a limited impact on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at number thirteen on the R&B charts. In 1993, the album was
released with a number of additional singles, including “As If We Never Met” and “Who Do I Turn To?”. The RIAA certified the album gold on November 14, 1994.


The second album released by Moore on November 15, 1994, entitled A Love Supreme, reached number sixty-four on Billboard 200 albums chart. Moore was one of the co-executive producers as well as co-writing eight of the album’s songs with Fred Moultrie, who served as co-executive producer for the album. As the album’s first single, “Old School Lovin’,” reached number nineteen on the R&B chart, making it her third top 20 R&B record. There were also three more songs from the album: “This Time” (1994), “I’m What You Need” (1995) and “Free/Sail On” (1995). In 1995, Moore appeared on the soundtrack of the hit film Waiting to Exhale, appearing on five of the tracks, performing a solo on “Wey U,” and adding backing vocals to “Count On Me,” the hit single for the movie.

1999–2002: This Moment Is Mine, divorce and Exposed

As she released her third album This Moment Is Mine in 1999, she released the biggest single of her career to date, Chanté’s Got a Man, written for her then-husband Kadeem Hardison. There was a gold certification for the single, which reached number ten on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and number two on the R&B chart. After this release came the single “I See You in a Different Light” with JoJo Hailey of Jodeci, which was also the theme song for the film For the Love of the Game, which starred Kevin Costner.

Upon divorce from Hardison, Moore worked with a new set of collaborators for her more contemporary R&B album Exposed, which was
released in 2000, and which included the singles “Straight Up” (produced by Jermaine Dupri) and “Bitter” which was
accompanied by a video for which the saga of the R. Kelly and The Isley Brothers “Mr. Big” story continued.

During the year 2002, Moore had the honor of winning the Soul Train Music Award for Best R&B/Soul Single for the song “Contagious”, featuring The Isley Brothers and R. Kelly, a song that was also
nominated for a Grammy Award for Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal.

2003–2007: Duet albums with Kenny Lattimore: Things That Lovers Do and Covered/Uncovered

A year after marrying R&B singer Kenny Lattimore, the two signed as a duet act to Arista Records and released a duet cover album titled Things That Lovers Do in 2003. As part of the promotion for the album, a stageplay titled “You Don’t Have to Cry” was
produced, and the music video for the single, “You Don’t Have to Cry,” featured Moore as a prominently pregnant woman with Lattimore.

As a follow-up to Things That Lovers Do, Moore released another duet album in the fall of 2006, Uncovered/Covered, a double-CD containing gospel and R&B love songs with her then-husband, Kenny Lattimore. A dual single was
released with the set, “Figure It Out”, which was
produced by Bryan-Michael Cox, and “Make Me Like the Moon”, a gospel ballad co-written by Lattimore and Moore and produced by Fred Hammond. On October 10, 2018, Uncovered/Covered was
released by LaFace/Verity/Zomba Music Group.

Kenny Lattimore ex wife
Kenny Lattimore ex wife

With Dave Hollister, Tisha Campbell-Martin, Shar Jackson, and Danielle Mone Truitt,
Moore starred in the stageplay By Any Means Necessary, which was
staged in 2007.

2008–2011: Label change and Love the Woman

In the course of recording her duet album with Lattimore,
she signed a new solo recording contract with Peak Records, a subsidiary of Concord Music Group.

It was on June 17, 2008, that Moore released her fifth solo album Love the Woman. The album’s lead single, titled “Ain’t Supposed to Be This Way”, was
released at radio stations on May 12, 2008.

It was in 2009 that Moore announced some dates for her Love the Woman tour,
which included performances in Los Angeles and Atlanta. She also appeared in a live stage production of Otis Sallid’s Gospel! Gospel! Gospel in May 2009 at the Wilshire Ebell Theater along with James Pickens, Jr. (of Grey’s Anatomy), Vickie Winans, Loretta Devine, Reginald VelJohnson, Rocky Carroll and Kenny Lattimore.

It was
announced by SportyGirl Fitness in July 2011 that Moore would be the host of an upcoming women’s fitness reality series
sponsored by that company. The following year, Moore performed at the 2012 BET Awards at the Shrine Auditorium
in a tribute to the late singer Donna Summer.

Personal life of Kenny Lattimore ex wife

the marriage between Moore and her childhood friend occurred in 1991. She revealed this marriage (and subsequent divorce) in her 2014 autobiographical self-help book, Will I Marry Me? She stated the two dated in sixth grade and married in 1991. Moore also revealed that the friend was her first kiss when she was 13 years old. As she spoke of this time in her life during an UNSUNG interview, she said:
“After having been in a couple of relationships that weren’t so great, I was a little shy about love.

So, I decided to outsmart love this time; I would marry my friend.” Moore fell out of love with her husband in 1993, and met actor Kadeem Hardison shortly afterward. Then Moore filed for divorce and dated Kadeem. Moore’s mother passed away on January 25, 1995, on her brother’s birthday. In 1996, she and Kadeem welcomed a daughter, named Sophia Hardison. In 1997, the couple secretly married and divorced after a year of secret marriage.

Kenny Lattimore ex wife
Kenny Lattimore ex wife

On New Year’s Day 2002, Moore married singer Kenny Lattimore in a private ceremony in Jamaica. Their son was born in 2003. Moore announced on July 27, 2011, that she and Kenny had divorced on her Facebook page. In a statement on July 27, 2011, Moore announced that she and Kenny had separated. On August 18, 2013, Kelvin Gomillion (born January 25, 1961) passed away.

It was
announced on October 26, 2021 that Moore was
engaged to former BET executive, Stephen G. Hill. The couple tied the knot in Los Cabos, Mexico, on October 22, 2022.

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