In 2002, at the age of 14, Sony Music Canada signed Chante to a long term record contract to release her music in Canada.
In early 2003, she released "Shook (The Answer)" which won an Urban Music Award for "Best Pop/R&B Single".
In July 2005, Chanté went on a cross-Canada tour and later opened up for Destiny's Child during the Canadian leg of their Destiny Fulfilled ...
In April 2012, Chanté was announced as the new music judge for a music competition show on YTV called The Next Star.
On the week of November 28, 2012, Chante's first single release "Table Dancer" went #1 on the Billboard Charts in Japan and #6 On June 30, 2013, Chanté attended the 2013 BET Awards as a correspondent for the event & began co-hosting select episodes of 106 & Park.
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".
In 2007, during her last year of high school, Chante took a departure from music to study to learn more about the music business and be mentored by respected entertainment lawyers in LA and Toronto.
She later made the decision to move to Atlanta and West Hollywood, where she worked closely the camps of Ne-Yo, Missy Elliott and Out Kast.
She began honing her skill as a songwriter and her acting chops, starring as the lead actress in the TV series "Soul".
In 2010, Chanté released her third album "Night & Day" in Canada through Universal Music Canada.
In October 2005, Chanté received four nominations at the Urban Music Awards.