Sade, a slender figure in black pants and a black V-neck sweater, made things cozy, feeding kindling to a crackling fire in the hearth.
An interview about her new album, “Soldier of Love” (Epic) only her sixth studio album dating back to her 1984 debut, and due for release on Tuesday stretched into a four-hour conversation.“I’ve got absolutely no real perception, properly, of time,” said Sade, 51, who was born Helen Folasade Adu in Ibadan, Nigeria.
The album contains her first song, "Hometown Glory", written when she was 16, which is based on her home suburb of West Norwood in London.
An appearance she made on Saturday Night Live in late 2008 boosted her career in the US.
Some think Sade and Drake are about to release new music… taken-by=niki23gtr This tattoo proved one of two things for most people: (1) either Drake definitely is dating Sade; or (2) Drake is a super groupie fan for the beautiful, talented “Sweetest Taboo” singer. taken-by=champagnepapi By the way, his “Two very important ladies in my life” caption didn’t help to calm the rumors either…just saying.
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Sade’s hits, like “Smooth Operator,” “No Ordinary Love” and “The Sweetest Taboo,” were ubiquitous through the 1980s and 1990s, purring out of radios and lending ambience to countless lounges, restaurants and boutiques.
Sade emerged in the music-video era (her debut album, “Diamond Life,” appeared a year after Madonna’s did), when many pop stars believe they need maximum media exposure to sustain a career.