Who is singer sade dating
Now the mines are gone, the Kievs, scorned by sophisticated hostesses, lurk in the foods-that-time-forgot sections of supermarkets, and house prices are on the conversational no-go list. Figures from Billboard, the music industry journal, revealed that Sade Adu earned £10.5 million last year in the US alone, easily out-grossing not only the quivery-lipped Tottenham blonde, but Paul Mc Cartney, Elton John and Coldplay.
Among female singers, only Lady Gaga made more money.
He’s also the young brotha who was rumored to be dating Jada’s mother, earlier this year (2017), after photos surfaced of him on family vacations with the Smith family.
The sound was jazzy, seductive and soulful, and in the Eighties and Nineties provided a sanctuary of sophistication from the preponderant post-punk and heavy metal outfits, some of whom sniffed at Sade’s efforts as “elevator music”. The appearances began to dry up, and the records came along more slowly.
Her parents, Anne and Adebisi Adu, met in Britain in the early Fifties, and later moved to the university town of Ibadan, north of Lagos, where Helen Folasade Adu was born.
The marriage broke up when “Sade” was four, and Anne and her daughter moved back to Britain.
In 2010, however, to the mild amazement of fans who thought they were stuck with listening to Diamond Life for ever, Sade produced a new album, Soldier of Love, and last year took it on a sold-out world tour with the band that shares her name.
The extended American leg of this, and the record sales it generated, pushed the 53-year-old singer back into the commercial stratosphere.