Keshia Chanté is a Canadian singer, songwriter, actor, television personality, dancer and philanthropist. Chanté released her first hits as a teenager and has since released four albums. In 2013, she rose to international prominence as co-host of BET's 106 & Park. Chanté is a Juno Award winner and a 7-time nominee, and has won five Canadian Urban Music Awards and two Canadian Radio Music Awards. Chanté was given a star on the Brampton Arts Walk of Fame for her achievements in Canadian Music & Film. Chanté has had many number one singles on radio in both Canada & Japan, as well as eight Top Ten singles on the radio music charts. She has earned multiple SOCAN No. 1 Awards for her songwriting efforts. Her single "Table Dancer" peaked at #9 on the Billboard Japan Hot 100. Chante co-hosted 106 & Park with Shad Moss for 2 years, served as an international judge on The World's Best, and is currently a TV personality for Entertainment Tonight Canada in Hollywood, California.
|Birth name:||Keshia Chanté Harper|
|Born:||June 16, 1988, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada|
|Origin:||Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
|Genres:||R&B, hip hop, soul|
|Occupation(s):||Singer-songwriter, actress, television personality|
|Labels:||Universal Music Canada|
|Associated acts:||Drake, Preme, Belly|
|Website:||Keshia Chanté's Official site|
|Twitter:||Keshia Chanté's Twitter profile|
|Facebook:||Keshia Chanté's Facebook profile|
|IMDb:||Keshia Chanté's IMDb|
About Keshia Chante
Singer-songwriter who released hits like "Been Gone," "2U," "Fallen," and "Table Dancer."
She started her singing career at the age of thirteen when she signed with BMG Music Canada.
She has been a judge on The Next Star with Tara Orem.
She got her start on Seventeen Magazine's Rock N' Shop Mall Tour, during which stars like Britney Spears started their career.
Information related to Keshia Chanté
- Musicians from Brampton
- Canadian women philanthropists
- Actresses from Ottawa
- Canadian expatriate musicians in the United States
- Black Canadian actresses
- Canadian expatriate actresses in the United States
- Canadian female singer-songwriters
- Musicians from Ottawa
- Canadian female models
- Canadian philanthropists
- Canadian television hosts
- Canadian female singers
- 21st-century Canadian singers