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New Music: Chanté Moore – Real One

R&B songstress Chanté Moore has returned with the brand new single “Real One,” the first release off her forthcoming seventh studio album, The Rising of the Phoenix, which is due out in September.

Moore celebrates and salutes the magic of real love on the radiant song. “I done messed around and found a real one / He be goin’ hard givin’ real love,” she sings.

The Rise of the Phoenix will be Moore’s first album in four years, and is said to be her most personal yet, rich with emotion and revelations about her life. Speaking about the inspiration behind the album title, Chanté explained, “The Phoenix is a powerful mythological symbol of renewal. It lives a long life, burns to ashes, but reemerges more beautiful and more powerful than ever. I relate to that.”

The album will boast a varied collection of infectious dance tracks, sensual ballads, and anthems of the heart-and-soul. It captures Moore’s impressive vocal dexterity, songwriting skills and production ingenuity to thrill her avid fans and quench soul music lovers longing for real R&B.

“This album reflects where I am now in my life,” she says. “I am perfecting myself. I continue to learn how to burn away the old mindset, the negativity that weighed me down so I can become the best me. I am the Phoenix rising and I’m living my life again!”

Take a listen to Chanté Moore’s new single “Real One” below.

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Throwback Tuesday: Chanté Moore – ‘Chanté’s Got A Man’

Chanté Moore is an award-winning R&B and Jazz singer, songwriter, and actress. Moore has incredible range as she is frequently able to show off her whistle register and Minnie Riperton–reminiscent pipes.

“Chanté’s Got a Man” was the first single from Moore’s third album This Moment Is Mine. It became her first top ten single on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at No. 10. Featuring an interpolation of the 1971 Osmond’s single “One Bad Apple,” the song earned a Soul Train Music Award nomination for Single of the Year, Female.

In the song Chanté tells her friends that all men aren’t bad and all men aren’t the same. She taunts them saying: “It hurts me your man’s leaving you alone…..creeping out, cheating on ya…. beating on ya.” She continues, “I’m sorry that your man ain’t home, I’m sorry that yours left you alone.” The irony of one of the versions of the song is that she says all of this only to find out at the end that her man was doing some dirt too!

Enjoy the throwback above, and take a listen to the extended version below:

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Chrisette Michele and Leela James to Join Cast of R&B Divas LA


While last month announced the new faces to the Atlanta installment of the R&B Divas franchise, today saw that there will be a few new fresh faces to the LA one as well.

Announcing earlier today that production of the wildly popular TV One show will begin this month in LA, news also broke that two of the cast mates will not be returning.

See who it is after the jump!

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Chanté Moore Releases “Talkin In My Sleep” Lyric Video

With the debut season of “R&B Divas: Los Angeles” in full swing, cast member Chanté Moore is gearing up for the release of her comeback album. Today, she brings her new single, “Talkin’ In My Sleep” to life with the official lyric video. Her new album ‘Moore is More‘ will hit stores on July 30.

New Music: Chanté Moore – Talking In My Sleep

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Chanté Moore is not only a cast member on the upcoming debut season of ‘R&B Divas: Los Angeles,’ she is officially back with new music.  The veteran R&B singer has released the new song “Talking In My Sleep,” the first single off her forthcoming album Moore Is More, due out July 30.

Recently signing with Shanachie Entertainment to release her first new album in five-years, Chanté is more than excited to deliver new music to her fans. “This album draws from many moments in the last ten years of my life,” the singer explains. “It is filled with intimate details and subject matters I cannot “talk” about but, I HAVE TO sing about. Understanding MORE about who I am and MORE about what I want. I AM victorious! I choose to LIVE! And MAN am I GONNA LIVE!!! Love Is On The Way.”

You can follow her return when ‘R&B Divas L.A.’ hits TV screens July 10 on TV One.

Take a listen to Chanté’s new single below:

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Preview: R&B Divas: Los Angeles


TV One’s ‘R&B Divas‘ has become a hit and following the Atlanta crew, the series creators have extended the show to Los Angeles. With a new cast including Kelly Price, Lil Mo, Dawn Robinson (of En Vogue), Claudette Ortiz, Michel’le & Chante Moore the eight episode series will follow the six ladies as they seek to individually and collectively re-establish themselves in the limelight with new deals, new drama and new directions for their careers and their lives.

The show will focus on their collective project of creating a musical monologue entitled ‘Not Your Mommas Monologue,’ along focusing on their own personal dramas with home and family while returning to music.

Tune in to the season premiere on July 10 at 10 PM EST on TV One. Check out what this season and new cast has in store with the extended preview below:

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TV One Announces Cast Of “R&B Divas: L.A.”

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TV One found success last year when their reality show “R&B Divas” caught on with a cult following. Rumors have been swirling about the next season, and the news has been confirmed. The network is moving forward with the show, but moving out west as the cast of “R&B Divas: L.A.” has been revealed. This was one of the few reality shows that shed a more positive light on African American woman and the music industry, let’s hope the show continues on the positive path.

“Over eight episodes, ‘R&B Divas L.A.’ will follow six multitalented ladies as they seek to individually and collectively re-establish themselves in the pop culture limelight with new deals, new drama and new directions for their careers and their lives. Success is the only option for these six friends – but is there room at the top for them all? ”

See the new cast of characters below…

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