12 Songs, 1 Hour 2 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
16 Ratings
16 Ratings
Caramel Love ,


I feel that Chante Moore, is so underrated as an artist her range is amazing.. I am a fan of the highnotes myself.. I've followed her career and she will always be one of the best to me.. I even had the chance of meeting her and the woman is freakin beautiful with just a ponytail and jeans>>>>> I love her and always will support her.. I'll be so glsd when the music industry getsss it together

rah-rah mama ,

a good beginning for a casual listener

I consider Chante Moore to be one of the most under-rated performers in R&B or most any popular music form. She has an amazing range and can sing anything from the nonsensical words of the Babyface penned "Wey U" to the most challenging lyrics. This compilation is a good beginning for a listener who only knows Moore from "Chante's Got a Man" or "Candlelight and You." The great thing about seeing her perform live (besides the fact that she is completely awesome live and always gives more than your money's worth) is that she includes some of the lesser known songs that her fans fell in love with. She released her first album while I was a freshman in college and I've been hooked ever since. Of course I think that buying all of her albums is a good investment, but this compilation is a very good starting point. And for the less obsessed music fan, this might be enough to get you through the day. Buy this without any fear of remorse. Chante does NOT disappoint.

chocolatemuffin30 ,

Good Music

This is a great summary of her best songs. Chante is a phenominal singer. Her voice is impeccable. The album is worth listening to from beginning to end and truly enjoyable.I do not see a listing for her best album to date, A Love's Supreme. I wish she would record more music on her own.

About Chanté Moore

During a decades-spanning career that began during the tail end of the new jack swing era, sophisticated vocalist Chanté Moore has placed over a dozen songs on Billboard's R&B chart. The daughter of a minister, Moore grew up on gospel music and albums by George Duke and Lee Ritenour, and sometimes applied her lyrics to their music. Moore decided as a teenager that she wanted to become a singer after an inspirational performance in a high-school rendition of The Wiz. At the age of 22, she was discovered by producer and executive Louil Silas, who signed her to Silas Records, his MCA subsidiary. In 1992, Moore was featured on El DeBarge's Top 15 R&B single "You Know What I Like," and she released Precious, her debut album. Propelled by the singles "Love's Taken Over" and "It's Alright," it went gold. Three more albums for Silas/MCA, all of which either dented or flirted with the Top Ten of the R&B Albums chart, followed through 2000.

Though Moore didn't release any solo material for several years, she continued to have success with collaborative work. She and R. Kelly were featured on the Isley Brothers' 2001 single "Contagious," a Top 20 pop hit nominated for a Grammy in the category of Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal. Moore recorded a pair of albums -- 2003's Things That Lovers Do and 2006's Uncovered/Covered -- with her then husband, Kenny Lattimore. She followed those releases in 2008 with Love the Woman, issued on the Peak label. After she and Lattimore divorced, Moore signed with the Shanachie label, where Moore Is More landed in 2013. Around the same time, she appeared in TV One's R&B Divas spin-off R&B Divas LA. The Rise of the Phoenix, as well as the holiday album Christmas Back to You, followed in 2017. ~ Craig Lytle & Andy Kellman

San Francisco, CA
February 17, 1967




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