A talented vocalist, Chante Moore got into the entertainment business as a child, writing and singing her own songs, acting in plays, and competing in beauty pageants. Her first big break in the music industry came in the early 1990s, when she sang back up for El Debarge on his solo LP In The Storm. She released her debut album Precious in 1992, flexing a pop-flavored R&B style akin to artists like Vanessa Williams and Toni Braxton. Her second LP A Love Supreme produced the single "Old School Lovin'." She closed out the decade with two more solo albums and a greatest hits collection appeared in 2004.