Singer, songwriter, and actress Chanté Moore took viewers on a nostalgic ride through several timeless r&b records that reminded music lovers why they fell in love with the vocal stylings of the ultra-talent music veteran. Looking fierce in a pink mini dress and shimmery heels to match, Chantè’s voice soared far into the night before finishing off with a powerhouse performance of her signature hit song, ‘Chantè’s Got a Man.’
In case you missed this year’s celebration of soul and r&b, keep reading to check out every song Chanté performed during her medley of r&b hits.
‘Love’s Taken Over’
Fans were introduced to the incomparable singer thanks to the lead single, “Love’s Taken Over,” from her debut studio album, Precious. The song ultimately peaked at number thirteen on the Billboard Hot R&B Singles. The singer co-wrote the record alongside Simon Law, who also produced. The accompanying music video was directed by award-winning filmmaker Antoine Fuqua.
Following the success of her debut single “Love Taken Over,” Chanté returned with another r&b classic that quickly became a fan favorite. Like its predecessor, the song peaked at number thirteen on the Billboard charts.
‘Chantè’s Got a Man’
The r&b icon concluded her show-stopping performance with her signature record, “Chantè’s Got a Man,” which found the singer taking her vocal abilities to new heights. To quote the great Legendary judge and fashion icon Law Roach’s catchphrase: “You did what needed to be done!”
The record features an interpolation of Osmonds’s 1971 number-one single "One Bad Apple” and ultimately earned the song earned the singer a Soul Train Music Award nomination for "Single of the Year, Female.”