Shontelle Layne (born 4 October 1985), known professionally as Shontelle, is a Barbadian singer. She released her debut album Shontelligence in November 2008. Her second album, No Gravity, was released in September 2010. Her singles, 'T-Shirt', and 'Impossible', achieved international success.
Contents • • • • • • • • • • Career [ ] Shontelligence (2008–2009) [ ] Shontelle began work on her debut studio album in early 2008, and completed the album in six months. The album's title was given to her by the album's engineer who used the word 'shontelligence' as a joke after Shontelle and her producers were playing a game that involved making up words from her name. ', Shontelle's debut single, was released in July 2008 and reached number thirty-six on the US, becoming a moderate hit. However, it peaked within the top ten of the charts in Belgium and the United Kingdom. Shontelle's debut album,, was released on 18 November 2008. Simatic step 7 professional. The album reached number 115 on the US, selling 6,200 records in its first week, and reached number twenty-four on the chart. It was re-released on 10 March 2009, and has since sold 30,000 records in the US.
The second single from the album, ', featuring, was released in February 2009 in the US and May 2009 in the UK. The single failed to chart in the US, but reached number twenty-three in the United Kingdom. Shontelle toured as a supporting act for the UK leg of the World Tour in January 2009. Shontelle was also 's opening act for her from May to June 2009 during the British leg.
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Shontelle was also the host of My Prom Style! And Universal Motown's 2009 Ultimate Prom fashion reality series.
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She performed at a high school prom in New York City in June 2009, but first she led three students in a competition to design the dress that singer, the headliner, wore at the Ultimate Prom concert. As of 2012, Shontelligence has sold 50,000 copies in the US. No Gravity (2009–2010) [ ] Shontelle's second album,, was released in the US on 21 September 2010. Shontelle stated that the album would be experimental and that she wanted to change her original sound for the record. While the title 'No Gravity' symbolises a mantra, Shontelle states she has adapted to her life and to her career, to motivate herself to keep climbing higher and to have nothing hold her down or hold her back. Shontelle collaborated with, and among others for the record. In the first week of release, No Gravity placed at number eighty-one on the Billboard 200, selling 7,000 copies.