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Chante Moore, Kenny Lattimore Divorce

Who knew? I was just reading a review of a recent concert by Chante Moore and she announced that she is in the midst of a divorce with singer; Kenny Lattimore. Together the couple made a variety of albums on the Arista label. Word is that Chante's next album is said to be a gospel album; "Changed" which currently has no release date. A few years ago Chante released the album; "Love That Woman" to little fanfare.

Ashanti is releasing new music and her first single is said to surface within' the next two to three weeks. The single is currently untitled. Ashanti's new untitled album is said to be released on her own label; Written Entertainment. No word yet on what label if any is distributing the project.

Me and my friend were talking about the BET Awards and the many travesties of it. We talked about the skit; "The Hollywood Husbands" and how she thought Nelly and Ashanti were married. I told her they were not and that JD and Janet weren't ever married either. Unless there is something we're missing.

Seems like things are finally falling into place for Kelly Rowland. After her interesting BET Awards performance of "Motivation"; Kelly has released her new album cover and now the tracklisting; which consists of 10 tracks. I know many people cry foul at 10 but sometimes that's a good thing. It means less songs to skip over and a focus on quality instead of quantity. Check out the tracklisting below:

1. I'm Dat Chick
2. Work It Man
3. Motivation
4. Lay It On Me
5. Feelin Me Right Now
6. Turn It Up
7. All Of The Night
8. Keep It Between Us
9. Commander
10. Down For Whatever
The album will also be available in deluxe edition with an additional four tracks including remixes of "Commander". Previously four songs above have been heard before including "I'm Dat Chick". If you haven't heard it you can YouTube it.
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