Sade’s Soldier of Love In Stores Now

Known for their one of a kind timeless sound, Sade has enjoyed phenomenal success both internationally and stateside throughout the span of their twenty-five year career. Since the release of their debut album Diamond Life in 1984, the band has seen all five of their studio albums land in the Top 10 on Billboard’s Top 200 Album Chart selling a total of more than 50 million albums worldwide to date. They’ve been nominated for American Music Awards, MTV Video Music Awards and have won three Grammy Awards – first in 1986 for Best New Artist, then in 1994 for Best R&B Performance By A Duo Or Group for “No Ordinary Love,” and again in 2002 for Best Pop Vocal Album with Lovers Rock.

Recorded in England and available worldwide, Soldier of Love marks Sade’s first studio album since the multi-platinum release of Lovers Rock in 2000.

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  • Christopher Glasier

    Hello!
    I usually look forward to attending your events. I Rsvp to the Sade “listening” tonight at the Royalton in Nyc. I was not the only one motivated… There was a long line outside, waiting to get in. After an hour (do I need to remind, in the cold…) I finally got in to find… nothing, but an overcrowded hotel lobby! I waited. There was some of sade’s new album playing in the background of the conversations. And I waited again… But to realize that that was the “listening”. Would have done much better at home. I was expecting a nice sound playing for nice people. In other words, some kind of nice event. And to actually be able to listen to the new album. It seems to me that, in the end, it was just a way to attract a massive crowd to drink $15 glasses of wine…
    Very disapointed yours,
    Chritopher.

  • Cantona

    Christopher

    I’m sorry that you were disappointed, the response was as you saw overwhelming, we never expected so many people. It was supposed to be an intimate affair. Regarding drinks there were vodka specials at $10.

  • Blackhearts09

    This albums still really has that vibe of her music from almost a decade ago. Surprising but still good in this time