Chanté Moore - Mooré is more
"Moore is more". Such is the stark reality of Chante Moore's musical talent that keeps on giving.
Her latest album, "Moore is more", adds to the repertoire of beautiful music that we have become accustomed to over the years. Smooth, heartfelt, captivating, that has been the name of the game previously and she continues where she left off on this latest giving.
She sets the tone with the laidback "Baby can I touch your body" that touches your musical senses, as calm as she can. You will be agreement that she can touch your heart anytime she wishes with her music, ...and maybe your body as well.
When hit with such amazing and calming interpretations, "Talking in my sleep" is one of those things that can be welcome. Love the instrumental that hits hard every time she approaches the chorus.
Promise that you will not feel "Alone" after listening to the groovy track. The welcome track satisfies immensely, satisfies and is the perfect accompaniment track.
"Don't make me laugh" exudes greatness and is one of those tracks destined for epic sphere. A vocal powerhouse it means business and will leave you captivated.
She moves a gear up on the bouncy "Doctor Doctor". "Hey Dr. Dr. got what I want, hey Dr. Dr. got what I need" she rolls on the track that is likely to get even the phlegmatic moving. To the bedroom dance floor it will lead you.
And in an unexpected move, she also delves into the dance music space with "On and on". Well, guess what, Da Brat comes out to assist on the track that excites with vocals matching up with the beat. We won't fault you for feeling the need to move to the thumping and track.
Also check out the relentless "Mrs. Under. Stood", "Giving you my always" that builds up nicely to hit the right spots, the exulting gospel track "Jesus I want you", and the marvellous jazzy interpretation of "Cry me a river".
Keep giving us more of the good stuff Chante Mooré. Review by Mandla Motau