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In December 2014, received a star on the Brampton Arts Walk of Fame.
In January 2015, after two years hosting 106 & Park, the show announced it was going digital.
Chanté was given a star on the Brampton Walk of Fame for her achievements in Canadian Music & Film. Her mother is Portuguese and Puerto Rican and her father is Trinidadian.
She was 6 years old when she first performed, receiving a standing ovation for her rendition of Dear Mama by Tupac Shakur.
In early February 2004, Chanté's third single, "Bad Boy", was released. The video was also directed by Director X and became #1 on Much Music for 3 weeks.
It was also successful, breaking the Top 10 on radio and sitting at #3 on Much Music for 4 weeks before later earning the #1 position on the chart. Later, in June 2004, Chanté's fourth single "Does He Love Me? The video also garnered her an Urban Music Video Award for "Video of the Year".
And Lovin' It tour, and is also included on the Destiny's Child Live In Atlanta Tour DVD.On June 22, 2004 Chanté released her self-titled debut album. In October 2004, at the Canadian Urban Music Awards Chanté swept all three of her nominations, winning awards for "Best New Artist", "Video of the Year" (for Bad Boy), "Fans' Choice Award" and by surprise taking home the "Rising Star of the Year" award.This brought the attention of the President of BET, Stephen Hill, who became Chante's mentor and putting the video for "Bad Boy" into heavy rotation.Chanté released "Table Dancer" and "Test Drive" which were both nominated for Juno Awards; R&B Recording of the Year for "Test Drive" and Dance Recording of the Year for "Table Dancer". On February 14, 2011, Chanté released the Taio Cruz penned song "Set U Free".On December 31, 2011, Chanté performed on ET Canada's New Year's Eve Bash in Niagara Falls, which later set a record becoming Canada's #1 Year End Countdown Show with 4.8 million viewers.