Keshia Chanté

Versatile, fearless, witty, successful, driven…there’s no shortage of superlatives that have been used to describe Keshia Chanté. And with good reason, since the multi-hyphenate star has been at the top of her game for more than 20 years racking up chart-topping hits, co-hosting #1 shows in Canada and the U.S., captivating audiences with dynamic stage and screen performances, lending her time and talent to charitable causes, repping world-class brands, running her own company – K.Chante Inc. and, most recently, adding selfcare product designer to her litany of talents.

After bursting onto the music scene at 13, Keshia Chanté earned the distinction of being the youngest Juno award-winner and a seven-time nominee thanks to a string of radio and club bangers including “Unpredictable,” “Bad Boy,” “Does He Love Me,” “Been Gone,” “2U,” “Fallen” featuring Drake, and “Table Dancer,” which reached #1 on Japan’s Billboard Digital Chart. Keshia Chanté’s well-documented legacy was further cemented when Drake cited her as “a real legend” while she performed at his OVO weekend All Canadian North Stars show, highlighting her as one of the iconic names in Canadian Hip Hop and R&B history, who helped paved the way for him and others to follow. In addition, a slew of TV accolades like co-hosting BET’s #1 show 106 & Park with Bow Wow, serving as an international music judge on CBS’s The World’s Best hosted by James Corden, and making guest appearances on Chopped Canada, Top Chef Canada, Blood & Treasure, Jann, and Private Eyes to name a few.

Currently, Keshia Chanté conducts coveted interviews with Hollywood’s elite for Entertainment Tonight Canada, a privilege she doesn’t take for granted since it gives her the opportunity to utilize her comedic and insightful skills to entertain audiences with some of the biggest stars on the planet, including former First Lady Michelle Obama, Robert De Niro, Kim Kardashian, Jennifer Lopez, Denzel Washington, Mariah Carey, Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, and Jennifer Aniston to name a few. 

Chanté recently won a Canadian Screen Award for Best TV Host. Never content to rest on her laurels, Keshia Chanté’s latest professional venture is deeply personal in nature, rooted in her lifelong experiences as a biracial woman whose hair journey has been an emotional rollercoaster filled with limited, toxic options for her signature tresses. With the skillful curation of her clean, luxury hair care brand KHAIR (pronounced CARE), Keshia Chanté will not only ensure that other women and girls don’t feel the sting of being excluded by brands whose products are not made with them in mind, she has solidified her distinction as a true creative tour-de-force.