MOORE SETS DATE FOR NEW ALBUM
Soul songstress Chante Moore has set a June 17th release date for her forthcoming album “Love the Woman”, which will be preceded by the Shalea Frazier produced “Ain’t Supposed to Be”.
Veteran musicians Raphael Saadiq (Teedra Moses, Mary J. Blige) and Warryn Campbell (Brandy, Christina Milian) are among the confirmed collaborators backing Gold-selling vocalist on her first effort with Peak Records.
In addition to the title track, other songs that are slotted for inclusion are the acoustic “Special”, and the piano-driven “My Eyes”. The set also features covers of Minnie Ripperton’s “Give Me the Time”, Aretha Franklin’s “Start of Something Big” and Nancy Wilson’s “Guess Who I Saw Today“.
“Love the Woman” comes 8 years after Moore’s last solo album, “Exposed”, which was spawned hits like "Straight Up" and "Bitter". The disc featured collaborations with Jermaine Dupri (Alicia Keys, Janet Jackson), Bryan Michael Cox (Faith Evans, Toni Braxton), Christopher “Tricky” Stewart (Silena Murrell, Celine Dion), Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis (Deborah Cox, Vanessa Williams), and Tim Kelley & Bob Robinson (Mya Harrsion, Jennifer Lopez).
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