Tuesday, August 28, 2007

SADE'S COMEBACK?



A newsworthy tidbit from Jaws Juice surfaced online in regards to a possible Sade comeback. Not since "Lovers Rock" has there been a full length Sade record. In 2005, Sade contributed the bonus track "Mum" to the Voices for Darfur DVD.

Via AOL Black Voices:




Is singer Sade preparing her next comeback record? That's the question being asked since the 48-year-old London-based singer was spotted in New York City recently having lunch with friends. The 'Smooth Operator' vocalist was spotted dining at St. Vartan Café on 34th and Second Street. Her last album was 2000's 'Lovers Rock.' A rep for Epic Records didn't respond to a request for an update on the singer.



In anticipation of her comeback, Feels Good 2 B Home takes you all back to four classic Sade videos off her last record, "Lovers Rock":


KING OF SORROW




SOMEBODY ALREADY BROKE MY HEART (LIVE)




LOVERS ROCK (LIVE)




BE BY YOUR SIDE



Here's a two-part documentary on the making of Sade's Lover's Rock". [PART 1] and [PART 2]

Are you anticipating Sade's comeback?



[feels good 2 b home]

2 comments:

FemmeNoire said...

I love Sade. She's one of the only performers that I would actually pay good money to see live.

Chi said...

Sade gives you your money's worth whenever she performs live.

The energy from her band and the audience is incredible.

I can't wait for her to comeback.

7 years and counting is far too long for a comeback.

I do admire her for being consistent with her music.