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|Net Worth:||$2 million|
|Birth date:||April 10, 1970|
|Height:||5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)|
|Place of birth:||Washington D.C.|
|Profession:||Singer and Songwriter|
|Source of wealth:||R&B, Jazz, and Gospel music|
|Spouse:||Chante Moore – Divorced (2002 – 2011)
Faith Jenkins – Happily married (2020 – now)
|Children:||Kenny Lattimore Jr. and Skylar Leigh Lattimore|
|High School:||Eleanor Roosevelt High School, Greenbelt|
|College Attended:||Howard University, Washington|
|Social Media:||Instagram, Twitter, Facebook & YouTube|
Kenny Lattimore is a popular R&B American singer and songwriter. He is popular for his duo album release titled “Things That Lovers Do” (2003), which sold over 500 million copies and got certified Gold.
What Is Kenny Lattimore’s Net Worth?
Lattimore also has several other top-charting R&B albums to his name. As of February 2023, Kenny Lattimore’s net worth is estimated at $2 million.
Keep reading as we discuss his early life, professional music career, personal life, awards and collaborations with the famous R&B artist.
Kenny Lattimore was born on April 10, 1970, in Washington, D.C., into a family of nine. His father was Walter Lattimore, and his mother was the late Sonya Ball Ryan. She worked at Howard University, Washington, as a counselor.
Growing up, Kenny shared a close bond with his mother and sometimes spoke about how she helped shape him into a focused person.
He also started singing from a young age with the support of his family. Kenny would participate in high school singing competitions, winning and developing his talent. He studied at Eleanor Roosevelt High School, Greenbelt, Maryland.
Kenny Lattimore joined the high school band and started performing before graduation. He continued his education at Howard University and was invited to the Maniquin group. He was their lead singer and session vocalist. The R&B group released an album in 1989.
Kenny later relocated to Los Angeles in 1993. He left the Maniquin band and focused on pursuing his music career and seeking new challenges.
While he never became as wealthy as Ruben Studdard, Dye made quite a bit of money during his career. We can attribute Kenny Lattimore’s net worth to his professional musical career after he left the “Maniquin” group in 1990. They had previously produced an album together, but it got little engagement.
He then decided to collaborate with artists like Dem Twinzz and Glen Jones. Things worked well, but the ambitious Lattimore would go further to sing solo.
He moved to New York in 1993, signed a new label contract with Columbia Records, and started recording studio demos with J.Dibbs.
That’s how he released his first solo album, “Kenny Lattimore”, in 1996. As expected, it featured top collaborations with artists and charted #1 on the Heatseekers’ Billboard. The debut album later got certified Gold.
That was the boost Kenny needed, and he produced a second album, “From the Soul of Man”, in 1998. A third album came in 2001, which he titled “Weekend.” Both albums performed well on the R&B charts.
Kenny changed the dynamics and started duo recordings with his wife, Chante Moore. She was a singer, and they jointly released their 2003 “Things That Lovers Do” album, followed by another album, “Uncovered/Covered”, in 2006. Both albums peaked at #3 and #10th on the R&B Billboard charts.
Kenny Lattimore’s net worth and popularity rose, and he started his record label. He also recorded another solo album, “Timeless” (2008), around the same time. It peaked at #6 on the R&B Billboard charts.
In a quest for more exposure, Lattimore signed a deal with the eOne Music group in 2015. He produced an album there and titled it “Anatomy Of A Love Song.” He later recorded two more albums; “Vulnerable” (2017) and “Here to Stay” (2021).
Kenny Lattimore’s dating life became public in the early 2000s when he saw Chante Moore. She was also a singer and R&B vocalist. Kenny and Chante later married in 2002. It was a private ceremony held in Jamaica.
They had a son, Kenny Jr., in 2003. He was born on April 10, the same day as Kenny Lattimore. However, the couple had to settle for a divorce in 2011 due to personal reasons known to them.
But their joint albums, the 2003’s “Things That Lovers Do” and 2006 “Uncovered/Covered” remain a laudable achievement when they were together. The 2003 album remains Kenny Lattimore’s best-selling release, which sold over 500 million copies.
Lattimore is presently married to Faith Jenkins. She is an American Attorney and media personality. The couple met through a blind lunch date arranged by a friend in 2019. They started dating and tied the knot on March 8, 2020.
Kenny Lattimore and Faith recently gave birth to a girl, Skylar Leigh Lattimore, in January 2023. The couple was very happy to have their first child together.
While he presently manages the non-profit “Kenny Lattimore Foundation”, Lattimore’s charitable deeds date back to 2008. Together with Lamman Rucker, an actor, they acted as key persons for the National outreach event “Tied to Greatness.”
It was aimed at developing the image of at-risk high schools. Kenny also served as spokesperson for the ASHE Foundation for displaced African children in 2009.
Kenny Lattimore has worked in national outreaches like the UNCF, Teach for America, and IFAW. One of his quotes, “Never underestimate the power of giving back to your community”, drives all he does.
Awards And Collaborations
Referenced as the “modern soul man” by the New York Times, Kenny Lattimore holds several prestigious awards and honors. He is a recipient of the NAACP Image Award for Best New Artist.
Lattimore also has nominations for the Grammy, Stellar and SoulTrain Awards. He also collaborated with artists like Boney James, Rachelle Farrell, Musiq Soulchild, and Nancy Wilson.
Another noteworthy mention is the featured sample of Keny Lattimore’s “Lately” song on West’s “I’m in It” track. It’s part of West’s “Yeezus” album. Lattimore also produced amazing soundtracks for Disney’s Lion King II Simba’s Pride movie.
Kenny Lattimore’s net worth of $2 million comes from his evergreen inspirational vocals that cut across different genres. According to the Grammy Award nominee, he hopes that his R&B, Jazz, Gospel, Breakup and Makeup songs will motivate his fans.
Lattimore is also recognized for his chart-topping albums that speak consistency. He has made a huge career and aims to achieve more.