Kenny Lattimore is an American singer-songwriter.
|Born:||April 10, 1970, Washington, D.C, United States|
|Genres:||R&B, soul, gospel, jazz|
|Labels:||Epic (Maniquin, 1988), Columbia (1995–2000), Arista (2000–2004), LaFace (2004–2007), Verve (2008–2009), SincereSoul (2011–)|
|Associated acts:||Chanté Moore, Maniquin, William Becton|
|Twitter:||Kenny Lattimore's Twitter profile|
|IMDb:||Kenny Lattimore's IMDb|
About Kenny Lattimore
R&B singer of "Never Too Busy" and "For You," both reaching the top twenty on the R&B charts. She was the winner of the 1996 Best New Artist honor at the NAACP Image Awards.
Kenny Lattimore Before Fame
Developing an interest in music in high school, he got his first experience as a sessions vocalist for the for R&B group Maniquin, eventually becoming the lead singer.
Achievement of Kenny Lattimore
Known for his dramatic stage shows to prop up his romantic image in the 1990s, he began recording solo works in the late 2000s.
Kenny Lattimore Family Life
After marrying singer
Associations of Kenny Lattimore
Kelly Price sang on his single "Back 2 Cool" off his 2012 album by the same name.
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