Listen to the new album and it's clear that the restraint which marked her previous work has given way to a greater intimacy.Helen Folosade Adu was born in Ibadan, Nigeria, 41 years ago and raised in Colchester, Essex, an unremarkable English backwater, after her mother separated from her NIgerian father when Sade was four.
The interview, which tips the scale at over 3000 words, is just the type of over top interview we LOVE! by Robert Sandall, The Daily Times (UK) She’s Britain’s most successful female solo artist but has remained a glamorous enigma – until now.
I express feelings, real feelings.'Yet despite her made-up persona staring out from the glossy mag, she was more than happy to dress down, but still managed to look effortlessly chic.
In baggy grey trousers, a black fleece and headscarf, and clutching a plastic bag and a bulging purse, she chatted on the phone as she made her way to car.
Sade has frequent emotional outbursts due to her fiery temper and emotional impulsiveness.
Sade Adu expresses herself very directly and honestly and no one has to guess what her true feelings are.