From Brian Gorman of the Brantford Expositor:
- Series puts the spirit back into soul
“You might say Keshia Chante is a convert to the gospel of soul. The Ottawa-born soul-pop singer burst onto the scene at the age of 15 in 2003 with a pair of top 10 singles and an Urban Music Award for best R&B/soul single. Now, with three albums, four more Urban Music Awards and a Juno to her credit, Chante is launching an acting career, starring in “Soul,” which debuts Wednesday, Feb. 11, on Vision Television.” Read more.
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