Love the Woman is the fifth solo album singer Chanté Moore, and first without husband Kenny Lattimore as a duet partner since the release of 2000's Exposed.
With her first album in several years, Moore proves herself to be a singer beyond category. Love the Woman finds Moore reuniting with producer/musician George Duke (Anita Baker, Take 6). Production duties are also shared with Grammy Award winner Raphael Saadiq (Mary J. Blige, The Isley Brothers) and Warryn Campbell (Jamie Foxx, Yolanda Adams), with the result that Love the Woman encompasses contemporary R&B, jazz, and pop, and also finds Moore personalizing songs by two influential past artists: Minnie Riperton ("Give Me Time") and Nancy Wilson ("Guess Who I Saw Today").
Love the Woman features the singles "It Ain't Supposed to Be This Way" and "My Eyes".
It has sold 25,000 copies in the U.S. as of November 2008 and is her lowest-peaking solo album to date there, reaching number one hundred and ten on the Billboard 200.
- "Always Gonna Be Somethin'"
- "Can't Do It"
- "It Ain't Supposed to Be This Way"
- "My Eyes"
- "Give Me Time"
- "Do for You"
- "Love the Woman"
- "Love Action"
- "First Kiss"
- "Guess Who I Saw Today"
U.S. Circuit City edition
- "This Could Be the Start of Something"
- "Love Fell on Me"