Kenny Lattimore

Kenny Lattimore

American R
Date of Birth: 10.04.1967
Country: USA

Biography of Kenny Lattimore

Kenny Lattimore, an American R&B singer, was born in 1967 in Washington, D.C., in a highly musical family. Despite not receiving formal musical training, Kenny had a passion for music since childhood. At the age of ten, he gained recognition by winning a vocal competition at his school. He continued to pursue music and later became a student at Howard University, specializing in architecture and urban planning.

Kenny Lattimore

After an unsuccessful attempt at a music career as part of the group "Maniquin" in the late 1980s, Lattimore achieved success as a solo artist. His self-titled debut album, released under Columbia Records, went gold and produced popular singles like "Never Too Busy" and "For You." In 1997, he was awarded the NAACP Image Award for Best New Artist.

Kenny Lattimore

Lattimore continued to work on his music and released his second album, "From the Soul of Man," in 1999. The album featured successful singles such as "Days Like This" and "If I Lose My Woman." His third album, "Weekend," was released in 2001 under Arista Records and became a favorite among audiences on both sides of the Atlantic.

Kenny Lattimore

In collaboration with his wife, R&B and jazz singer Chanté Moore, Lattimore released the album "Things That Lovers Do" in 2003. The album included soulful covers of songs from the 70s and 80s, as well as original compositions. The album sold millions of copies, solidifying Lattimore and Moore as a talented and beautiful musical couple.

The couple released another joint project, the album "Uncovered/Covered," in 2006. Unlike their previous album, this one consisted entirely of new material. Alongside their studio recordings, Lattimore and Moore embarked on extensive concert tours, becoming known as "Mr. and Mrs. R&B."

In 2008, Lattimore released the album "Timeless," which showcased his talent for covering songs by artists such as Elton John, Aretha Franklin, and The Beatles. He considered this album to be one of his best works, as it featured songs he had loved since childhood and others he discovered during the project.

Kenny Lattimore's melodic and harmonious vocals, often compared to George Michael's voice, have captivated audiences worldwide. His unique interpretation of familiar compositions and his own original music have solidified his place in the R&B genre.

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