The dynamics changed last year when Chante and Kenny crossed each other's paths again. Kenny wanted to compliment the songbird on a great performance, but when he got backstage, she was nowhere to be found."I thought, `Lord, it wasn't meant to be. This time Kenny was able to say hello to Chante; he even exchanged telephone numbers with the pretty singer in the hopes of collaborating on a duet."Initially, I wasn't looking for anything, so it was nice that we were just friends," explains Chante.
Our professors would bring in stars like Deniece Williams and other professionals working in the industry to teach master classes.” 2. “I went to Los Angeles in 1988 and worked with Charlie Wilson. I was intimidated but one day he simply said to me, ‘I like your voice. I read a stat that says men of color make up only about 2% of the leadership in public schools, so I know my presence alone is a stereotype breaker.” 4. “Reality television endorses stuff that is not healthy. “After my divorce I had to focus on healing, being whole.But his passion for entertaining continued to bloom, leading to a much buzzed about resurgence.Lattimore’s fifth studio album, ’s Adult R&B Chart after a 10-week reign, Lattimore’s return proves that classic R&B artists remain relevant and financial viable. The HBCU alum fell in love with the school as a child.His own debut album Kenny Lattimore materialized on Columbia Records in 1996 to much fanfare.That set boasted a pair of Top 20 hits: "Never Too Busy" and the Grammy-nominated perennial wedding favorite "For You (Kenny Lattimore song)", written by high school friend Kenny Lerum.At the time both were involved in high-profile relationships-Chante with then-husband, actor Kadeem Hardison of "A Different World" TV fame, and Kenny with actress Kellie Williams of "Family Matters" TV fame.Neither Chante nor Kenny showed any interest in the other. Hardison and Chante, who are the parents of a 5-year-old daughter, Sophia Milan, divorced a few years ago. In fact, Kenny's first attempt to greet Chante after one of her Los Angeles performances with jazz singer Will Downing didn't turn out as planned. A month later fate intervened and Kenny had a second chance to greet Chante when she performed with Downing in New York.But it prepared me to be the best wife I can be right now."Kenny says from their first conversation, which lasted five hours at her home, he knew she was "the one," because the feeling was "unexplainable."He says they can just be and have the greatest moments."We can sit in a room and do nothing and just enjoy each other's company whether we're talking or not.In our weekly "Love Of The Game" series, Huff Post Black Voices talks sports with a person of note.This week we caught up with Grammy-nominated singer Kenny Lattimore, who shared his feelings on the NFL's latest sensation, Tim Tebow.