One of the illist that ever did it. You know it and I done said it. Sade’s music has produced a lot of babies. HAAAAA! Nah, the music is like no other. You can listen to some songs and it will automatically take you into another world. I always felt like I was in another country when listening to their music. The lyrics are crazy too. I mean their writing skillz has definitely  inspired me to write better. It’s amazing  how much emotions can be aroused with just a small amount of words. That shit is FLY!!!!! Also, They don’t only do songs about love(meaning relationships) all the time. That is also FLY!!!! Well, I’m not gonna rant too much. I just wanted to express my opinion about this artistic group. Peep the bio and enjoy the videos. BLAMMMMMMM!!!



Helen Folasade Adu is a woman who has never had anything to hide. Born in Ibadan, Nigeria and raised in Colchester, Essex, where she moved at 4 after her English mother separated from her Nigerian father, she’s spent her life trying to do what feels right, honest and true. Because by comparison nothing else has seemed as important. When she was growing up, Sade would listen to soul artists like Curtis Mayfield, Donny Hathaway and Marvin Gaye. Singers uniquely attuned to the complex sensibilities of heartache and hope, who were skilled enough to create from those feelings, something lasting and transcendent. Still she didn’t think about singing herself. Rather, she studied fashion at St Martin’s art college, only signing on as vocalist when a couple of old school friends started a band “until they found a proper singer”. From there to singing with early Eighties Latin funk collective Pride, she discovered a rare delight in songwriting. It was while she was with that group, Sade co-wrote ‘Smooth Operator’ with Ray St. John, and it was from there that Sade abandoned diffidence and finally stepped centre stage to form her own group with fellow Pride members Stuart Matthewman, Andrew Hale and Paul Spencer Denman. (More Info at Wikipedia).