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Background information
Birth nameShontelle Layne
Born4 October 1985 (age 35)New York,[disambiguation needed] U.S.
OriginSaint James, Barbados
Genres
Occupation(s)
  • Singer
  • songwriter
InstrumentsVocals
Years active2008–present
Labels
Associated acts
  • Toni Norville
Websiteshontellemusic.com

Shontelle Layne (born 4 October 1985),[2] better known by her mononymShontelle, 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. On 14 March 2020, Shontelle released 'Remember Me.'

Career[edit]

Shontelligence (2008–2009)[edit]

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.[3] 'T-Shirt', Shontelle's debut single, was released in July 2008 and reached number thirty-six on the US Billboard Hot 100, becoming a moderate hit. However, it peaked within the top ten of the charts in Belgium and the United Kingdom.[3]

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Best Shontelle Songs

Shontelle's debut album, Shontelligence, was released on 18 November 2008. The album reached number 115 on the US Billboard 200,[4] selling 6,200 records in its first week,[5] and reached number twenty-four on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.[4] It was re-released on 10 March 2009, and has since sold 30,000 records in the US.[5]

The second single from the album, 'Stuck with Each Other', featuring Akon, 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 New Kids on the Block World Tour in January 2009. Shontelle was also Beyoncé's opening act for her I Am... Tour from May to June 2009 during the British leg.[6]Shontelle Also began writing songs for many artists in Barbados including the 2007 crop over hit Roll It Gyal for the Queen of Soca Alison Hinds and the 2018 crop over hit Winners for Shanta Prince.Shontelle was also the host of My Prom Style! and Universal Motown's 2009 Ultimate Prom fashion reality series. 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 Kat DeLuna, the headliner, wore at the Ultimate Prom concert.[7]Shontelle As of 2012, Shontelligence has sold 50,000 copies in the US.

No Gravity (2009–2010)[edit]

Shontelle's second album, No Gravity, was released in the US on 21 September 2010.[8] Shontelle stated that the album would be experimental and that she wanted to change her original sound for the record.[9] 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.[10] Shontelle collaborated with Bruno Mars, Tony Kanal and Darkchild among others for the record.[11] In the first week of release, No Gravity placed at number eighty-one on the Billboard 200, selling 7,000 copies.[12]Later that year Shontelle would co-write Rihanna's song 'Man Down' from her fifth studio album, Loud (2010).[13] The two had met whilst in the army cadets, where Shontelle was Rihanna's drill sergeant.[14]

The lead single from the album, 'Impossible', was released in February 2010 for digital download, but failed to garner success until May 2010, when it debuted on the Billboard Hot 100. It has since become her most successful single to date, reaching number thirteen on the Billboard Hot 100.[15] The second single from the album, 'Perfect Nightmare', was released in August 2010. 'Say Hello to Goodbye' was sent to pop radio on 15 March 2011, as the third single.[16] Both failed to chart on the Hot 100, however both managed to chart on the Pop songs chart. No Gravity has sold an estimated 150,000 copies in the US as of 2012.

Move to Republic Records and upcoming third studio album (2011–present)[edit]

Shontelle played at GUMBO @ The Canal Room in New York City on 15 July 2011, where she revealed news about an upcoming single and third studio album. It was also revealed that she had departed from Universal Motown and had joined Universal Republic. The lead single from the upcoming album is called 'Reflection' and it premiered on SoundCloud in September 2011. Songs from the album were expected to be previewed at Shontelle's birthday bash. Amongst those confirmed to be working on the album were Rockwilder, Tony Kanal, and The Runners.[17] Following a restructure at Universal Music Group whereby Motown Records was separated from Universal Motown Republic Group and merged with The Island Def Jam Music Group. Subsequently left as a stand-alone label, Universal Republic was shut down and instead all artists were transferred to the newly revived Republic Records. Shontelle is now recording for Republic Records.[18]In December 2012, Shontelle confirmed that 'Put Me on Blast' would be the lead single from her upcoming third studio album, and that she has already filmed the music video for the single in Los Angeles, California. Her third album was scheduled for release in 2013, but, was not released, and no future dates have been announced.[19]

On 4 November 2017, she performed and was a guest judge in Miss Earth 2017 held in Manila.

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Philanthropy[edit]

Shontelle is also known for her involvement in some charity work. She has lent her talent in raising funds for patients with Alzheimer's in the Together for Care concert,[20] girl's education for She's the First,[21] VH1 Save the Music Foundation,[22] and breast cancer research charities.[23]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums
  • Shontelligence (2008)
  • No Gravity (2010)

Tours[edit]

  • 2009: I Am... Tour (supporting act)
  • 2010: To the Sky Tour by Kevin Rudolf (supporting act)
  • 2010/11: Jason Derulo World Tour (supporting act)

Other performances[edit]

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  • On 2 December 2010, Shontelle co-headlined Electric 94.9's Acoustic Christmas along with 3OH!3 in Kingsport, TN.
  • On 27 February 2011, Shontelle played a headlining gig at 90 Degrees Pub in Southampton.
  • On 28 February 2011, Shontelle played a headlining gig at Glam Nightclub in Cardiff.
  • On 15 May 2011, Shontelle played a co-headlining show at Star 102.1's Star Jam in Pigeon Forge, TN.
  • On 3 July 2011, Shontelle performed in Altamonte Springs, Florida at Red, Hot and Boom.
  • On 13 October 2015, Shontelle performed at the 100-year-anniversary celebration gala of Big Brothers Big Sisters (South Eastern Pennsylvania) at the Kimmel Center in Philadelphia.
  • On 4 November 2017, Shontelle was the Special Guest Performer at the 2017 Miss Earth pageant held at the Mall of Asia Arena in the Philippines.

References[edit]

  1. ^'Shontelle'. Republic Records. Retrieved 18 November 2012.
  2. ^'Shontelle'. Discogs. Retrieved 25 March 2012.
  3. ^ abPete Lewis Interviews Shontelle 'Blues & Soul', February 2009
  4. ^ ab'Shontelligence - Shontelle'. Billboard.com. Retrieved 27 September 2010.
  5. ^ ab'HITS Daily Double: Upcoming Releases'. HITS Daily Double. Retrieved 27 September 2010.
  6. ^Shontelle going on UK tour with Beyonce Shonetelle Online.
  7. ^'Prom Ideas 2014 - Hair Makeup and Dress Inspiration for Prom - Seventeen'. Seventeen.
  8. ^'No Gravity: Shontelle: Music'. Amazon.com. 9 September 2009. Retrieved 31 August 2010.
  9. ^'Shontelle plans new music direction'. Digital Spy.
  10. ^Stephen Clark - Design. 'Shontelle: Show & telle'.
  11. ^'Shontelle Talks New Album, Dream Collabo & Rihanna | This is RnB - Hot Music News, Latest R&B Videos, Hip Hop Charts'. This is RnB. 12 April 2010. Retrieved 18 March 2011.
  12. ^'Shontelle 'No Gravity' Debuts At…'. 29 September 2010. Retrieved 15 May 2012.
  13. ^'Rihanna loves 'Man Down' (co-written by Shontelle)'. Shontelleonline.com. Retrieved 15 May 2012.
  14. ^'Talking Shop: Shontelle'. BBC News. BBC. 5 March 2009. Retrieved 5 March 2009.
  15. ^'Impossible [Main] - Shontelle'. Billboard.com.
  16. ^'Shontelle - Say Hello to Goodbye Lyrics and Video'. musicloversgroup.com. Retrieved 15 May 2012.
  17. ^'Exclusive: Shontelle reveals new album details + New single 'Reflection''. Shontelleonline.com. Retrieved 15 May 2012.
  18. ^'Shontelle moves to Republic Records'. Retrieved 3 November 2012.
  19. ^'Star Trident - Entertainment News, Interviews, and Fashion. - Shontelle Announces New Single 'Put Me on Blast''.
  20. ^'Actor aids fight against Alzheimer's'. The Tampa Tribune. 3 December 2010. Archived from the original on 8 October 2012. Retrieved 7 January 2020.
  21. ^'Rising Pop Stars Jam at Girls Who Rock Benefit Concert'. NBC New York. Retrieved 18 March 2011.
  22. ^'Vangarde Girl Nelle with Fashion Guru Phillip Bloch'. Vangarde Girls. 1 September 2010. Archived from the original on 17 July 2011. Retrieved 7 January 2020.
  23. ^'Asher Roth, Melanie Fiona, Ray J, and Shontelle, along with Pitbull, 50 Cent, Nelly, Flo Rida and DJ Cassidy to Perform at the Third Annual Think Pink Rocks Concert on 9 October to Benefit Breast Cancer Research Charities'. Premier Guide Miami. Retrieved 18 March 2011.

External links[edit]

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  • T-Shirt (Shontelle song)

    First solo single released by Barbadian singer Shontelle from her album Shontelligence . Her second official single following the release of 2007's 'Roll It' which was released only in select European countries.Wikipedia

  • Stuck with Each Other

    Second solo single released by Barbadian singer Shontelle. First single from the re-release of her debut album, Shontelligence.Wikipedia

  • Diamonds (Rihanna song)

    Song recorded by Barbadian singer Rihanna for her seventh studio album, Unapologetic . Written by Sia Furler together with its producers, Benny Blanco and StarGate.Wikipedia

  • Stay (Rihanna song)

    Song recorded by Barbadian singer Rihanna for her seventh studio album, Unapologetic . Released as the second single from the album on January 7, 2013.Wikipedia

  • Battle Cry (Shontelle song)

    Third and final single released by Barbadian singer Shontelle from her album Shontelligence . The third single taken from the album following 'T-Shirt' and 'Stuck with Each Other'.Wikipedia

  • I Got You (Leona Lewis song)

    Song performed by British singer and songwriter Leona Lewis. Released as the second single from her second studio album, Echo .Wikipedia

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  • Say Hello to Goodbye

    Third single taken from Barbadian singer Shontelle's second album No Gravity . Sent to mainstream radio in the United States on March 15, 2011.Wikipedia

  • Boomerang (Nicole Scherzinger song)

    Song recorded by American singer-songwriter Nicole Scherzinger. Written by Danny Mercer, Jackson Lee Morgan, Anthony Preston, Sandy Wilhelm and Azengo, with production by Wilhelm and Preston.Wikipedia

  • We Found Love

    Song recorded by Barbadian singer Rihanna from her sixth studio album, Talk That Talk . Written and produced by, and features Scottish DJ Calvin Harris; the song was also featured on his third album 18 Months .Wikipedia

  • Russian Roulette (Rihanna song)

    Song recorded by Barbadian singer Rihanna for her fourth studio album, Rated R . Released as the album's lead single on October 27 through Def Jam Recordings.Wikipedia

  • Unfaithful (song)

    Song by Barbadian singer Rihanna from her second studio album A Girl like Me . Written by Shaffer 'Ne-Yo' Smith with the song's producers Stargate.Wikipedia

  • Against All Odds (Take a Look at Me Now)

    Song by English drummer, singer and songwriter Phil Collins. Recorded for the soundtrack to the 1984 film of the same name.Wikipedia

  • Recovery (James Arthur song)

    Song recorded by British singer and songwriter James Arthur. Released by Syco Music on 9 December 2013 as the third single from his debut studio album James Arthur .Wikipedia

  • Listen (Beyoncé song)

    Song recorded by American singer Beyoncé. Written by Beyoncé, Henry Krieger, Scott Cutler, and Anne Preven, and produced by The Underdogs, Matt Sullivan and Randy Spendlove for the 2006 musical film Dreamgirls, in which Beyoncé's character Deena Jones sings the song in an expression of independence from her controlling husband.Wikipedia

  • What Now (song)

    Song recorded by Barbadian singer Rihanna for her seventh studio album, Unapologetic . Written by Olivia Waithe, Parker Ighile and Nathan Cassells alongside Rihanna, with production handled by Ighile and Cassells.Wikipedia

  • Ghost (Ella Henderson song)

    Debut single by British singer and songwriter Ella Henderson. Released on 8 June 2014 as the lead single from her debut studio album, Chapter One .Wikipedia

  • Chandelier (song)

    For other songs, see Chandelier (disambiguation) Song by Australian singer Sia from her sixth studio album, 1000 Forms of Fear .Wikipedia

  • Sing (Ed Sheeran song)

    Song by English singer-songwriter, Ed Sheeran. Written by Sheeran and Pharrell Williams, who also produced it and provided background vocals.Wikipedia

  • Anytime You Need a Friend

    Song by American singer and songwriter Mariah Carey. Written and produced by Carey and Walter Afanasieff, for her third studio album, Music Box .Wikipedia

  • Perfect Nightmare

    Second single taken from Barbadian singer Shontelle's second album No Gravity . Sent to radio in the United States on August 31, 2010, followed by a digital release along with the album on September 21, 2010 and was to be released digitally in the United Kingdom on February 27, 2011, however its release was canceled.Wikipedia

  • Needed Me

    Song recorded by Barbadian singer and songwriter Rihanna from her eighth studio album, Anti . Written by Rihanna, Brittany Hazard, Charles Hinshaw and Derrus Rachel together with its producer DJ Mustard and its co-producers Twice as Nice and Frank Dukes.Wikipedia

  • A Moment Like This

    Debut single by American singer Kelly Clarkson. Written by Jörgen Elofsson and John Reid and produced by Stephen Ferrera and Steve Mac.Wikipedia

  • Locked Out of Heaven

    Song by American singer and songwriter Bruno Mars from his second studio album, Unorthodox Jukebox . Released as the lead single from the album on October 1, 2012.Wikipedia

  • Man Down (song)

    Song by Barbadian singer Rihanna from her fifth studio album, Loud . Singer Shontelle and production duo Rock City wrote the song with its main producer, Sham.Wikipedia

  • Hold My Hand (Jess Glynne song)

    Song by English singer and songwriter Jess Glynne. Written by Jack Patterson, Janee Bennett, Ina Wroldsen and Glynne.Wikipedia

  • American Oxygen

    Song recorded by Barbadian singer Rihanna. Written by Alex da Kid, Candice Pillay, Sam Harris and Rihanna; Alex da Kid and Kanye West produced it.Wikipedia

  • Talk That Talk (Rihanna song)

    Song recorded by Barbadian singer Rihanna for her 2011 studio album of the same name. It features a rap verse by American rapper Jay-Z, who had previously collaborated with Rihanna on her song 'Umbrella' in 2007 and 'Run This Town' in 2009.Wikipedia

  • Kiss It Better (Rihanna song)

    Song recorded by Barbadian singer Rihanna for her eighth studio album, Anti . Written and produced by Jeff Bhasker and Glass John, with an additional writing by Teddy Sinclair and Rihanna.Wikipedia

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  • The lead single from the album, 'Impossible', was released in February 2010 for digital download, but failed to garner success until May 2010, when it debuted on the Billboard Hot 100.Shontelle-Wikipedia
  • For their qualifying song at the 'judges' houses', and their first song as a group, Fifth Harmony sang an acoustic version of 'Impossible' by Shontelle.Fifth Harmony-Wikipedia
  • The figure was the largest opening week sales for a single since James Arthur's 'Impossible', which achieved a volume of 490,000 sales in 2012.25 (Adele album)-Wikipedia
  • Following his victory, Arthur's winner's song, a cover of Shontelle's 'Impossible', was released as a charity single for Together for Short Lives.James Arthur-Wikipedia
  • It was reported on 10 December that Cardle's song would be 'Many of Horror', Lloyd's would be 'Impossible', Ferguson's would be 'Distant Dreamer' and One Direction's song would be 'Forever Young'.The X Factor (British series 7)-Wikipedia
  • The winners' songs were revealed on 8 December 2012, with Arthur to release 'Impossible' as his debut single.The X Factor (British series 9)-Wikipedia
  • 'Impossible' was released as the lead single from the album on February 9, 2010, for digital download, but failed to garner success until May 2010.No Gravity (Shontelle album)-Wikipedia
  • In December, 2013, the song was nominated at Los Premios 40 Principales 2013 for Best International Song, however it lost to 'Impossible' by James Arthur.Locked Out of Heaven-Wikipedia
  • The song became 2012's fastest selling number one single on the UK Singles Chart until December of the same year, when the winner of that year's series of The X Factor, James Arthur, sold 490,560 copies with his cover of Shontelle's 'Impossible'.Cheryl (singer)-Wikipedia
  • His debut single, a cover of Shontelle's 'Impossible', was released by Syco Music after the final, and debuted at number one on the UK Singles Chart.James Arthur-Wikipedia
  • Arthur was announced as the winner on 9 December, and released a cover of Shontelle's 'Impossible' as his winner's song.The X Factor (British series 9)-Wikipedia
  • The album includes the singles 'Impossible' (Arthur's X Factor winner's single), and 'You're Nobody 'til Somebody Loves You', as well as collaborations with Emeli Sandé and Chasing Grace.James Arthur (album)-Wikipedia
  • Her singles, 'T-Shirt', and 'Impossible', achieved international success.Shontelle-Wikipedia
  • It has been preceded by the lead single 'Impossible', which was released on February 9, 2010, and reached number thirteen on the US Billboard Hot 100.No Gravity (Shontelle album)-Wikipedia
  • Shontelle’s follow up album included the worldwide platinum smash 'Impossible'.Carl Sturken and Evan Rogers-Wikipedia
  • In the semi-finals stage of the show, they performed Ellie Goulding's 'Anything Could Happen' and Shontelle's 'Impossible' for the second time in the competition.List of The X Factor finalists (American season 2)-Wikipedia
  • At judges' houses, the group sang 'Impossible' by Shontelle.List of The X Factor finalists (American season 2)-Wikipedia
  • As the winner, he was signed to Simon Cowell's record label Syco Music and released a 'cover of Shontelle's 2010 single 'Impossible', which debuted at number one on the UK Singles Chart.James Arthur (album)-Wikipedia
  • The song was in the running for securing the Christmas Number One for 2012 alongside X Factor winner James Arthur's release of his winning song 'Impossible'.One Pound Fish Man-Wikipedia
  • Appearing on the sixth of the eight blind auditions, he auditioned with 'Impossible' originally by Shontelle—with Despina Vandi being the only one electing him to join her team.List of The Voice of Greece finalists (season 1)-Wikipedia
  • His winner's single is a cover of Shontelle's 'Impossible'.List of The X Factor finalists (British series 9)-Wikipedia
  • 'Impossible' by British singer-songwriter and X Factor series 9 winner James Arthur returned to number-one for the first two weeks of the 2013, giving the single a total of three weeks on top of the chart.List of UK top-ten singles in 2013-Wikipedia
  • In 2010, Steph starred as R&B singer Shontelle's love interest in her music video 'Impossible'.Steph Jones-Wikipedia
  • In the singles chart, James Arthur returned to the top of the charts, having reached number one in 2012 with 'Impossible'.2013 in British music charts-Wikipedia
  • Despite of this, they still performed Shontelle's 'Impossible' with a modified choreography.List of X Factor Indonesia finalists (season 1)-Wikipedia
  • It has sold fewer than half the copies of Leon Jackson's 'When You Believe' and Little Mix's 'Cannonball', a third of Joe McElderry's 'The Climb', a quarter of Leona Lewis's 'A Moment Like This', and a fifth of those of Matt Cardle's 'When We Collide', Shayne Ward's 'That's My Goal', James Arthur's 'Impossible' and Alexandra Burke's 'Hallelujah'.Against All Odds (Take a Look at Me Now)-Wikipedia
  • Written by Arthur along with TMS, who also produced the record, it serves as his first single since winning the ninth series of The X Factor in 2012, his second single overall after 'Impossible', and the lead single from his self-titled debut album.You're Nobody 'til Somebody Loves You-Wikipedia
  • After a full week of sales, 'Call My Name' sold a total of 152,001 digital copies in the country, becoming 2012's fastest selling number one single on the UK Singles Chart until December of the same year, when The X Factor winner James Arthur sold 490,560 copies with his cover of Shontelle's 'Impossible'.Call My Name (Cheryl song)-Wikipedia
  • Fun featuring Janelle Monáe's 'We Are Young, 'Titanium' from David Guetta featuring Sia and 'Impossible' by James Arthur made up the top five. Singles by Psy, Nicki Minaj, Jessie J, Maroon 5 featuring Wiz Khalifa and Flo Rida featuring Sia were also in the top ten best-selling singles of the year.List of UK top-ten singles in 2012-Wikipedia
  • They are: 'OMG' by Usher featuring will.i.am, 'Just the Way You Are' by Bruno Mars, 'Someone Like You' by Adele, 'Moves Like Jagger' by Maroon 5 featuring Christina Aguilera, 'We Found Love' by Rihanna featuring Calvin Harris, 'Somebody That I Used to Know' by Gotye featuring Kimbra, 'Payphone' by Maroon 5 featuring Wiz Khalifa, 'Impossible' by James Arthur, 'Blurred Lines' by Robin Thicke featuring T.I. and Pharrell Williams, 'Counting Stars' by OneRepublic, 'Happy' by Pharrell Williams, 'Waves' by Mr Probz, 'Uptown Funk' by Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars, 'What Do You Mean?' by Justin Bieber, 'I Took a Pill in Ibiza' by Mike Posner, 'Rockabye by Clean Bandit, 'Human' by Rag'n'Bone Man, 'Shape of You', by Ed Sheeran and 'Symphony', Clean Bandit, 'Despacito' by Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee, 'One Kiss' by Calvin Harris, 'Shotgun' by George Ezra, 'Sweet but Psycho' by Ava Max, 'Giant' by Calvin Harris & Rag'n'Bone Man and 'Senorita' by Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello.List of UK Singles Downloads Chart number ones of the 2010s-Wikipedia

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