Stunning! Chante Moore Unveils Breathtaking New Album ‘The Rise of The Phoenix’ Cover, Tracklist, Release Date

Posted August 12, 2017

Chante Moore is back and better than ever. Following the release of her single ‘Real One’ earlier this year, now the singer has unveiled the cover artwork, release date, and tracklisting for her new project.

Her upcoming 7th solo studio album, ‘The Rise Of The Phoenix,’ will be available worldwide on September 5th, 2017 while pre-orders started on Friday, August 11th.

Speaking on the album, she revealed:

“This album reflects where I am now in my life. I am perfecting myself,” states Moore. “I continue to learn how to burn away the old mindset, the negativity that weighed me down so I can become the best me. I am the Phoenix rising, and I’m living my life again!”

As for why she chose such an empowering album title, Moore previously stated, “The Phoenix is a powerful mythological symbol of renewal. It lives a long life, burns to ashes, but re-emerges more beautiful and more powerful than ever. I relate to that.”

Here for it! Get into the tracklist below.

“The Rise Of The Phoenix” Standard Tracklisting

1. Welcome to the Journey -Interlude
2. Chasin
3. On His Mind
4. I’d be a Fool
5. Pray
6. Real One
7. SuperLover
8. The Journey -Interlude
9. Saving Grace
10. Breath
11. I Know
12. OffaU
13. Something to Remember
14. We Up
15. Pressure
16. Back to Life
17. Thank you for the Journey – Interlude

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