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Just Because: You Needed Some Sade Today

So it turns out that Sade — yes, Sade — was the highest-earning British music act in the United States last year, beating out even Adele. We figured you could use a pic of her whipping her hair in the wind. Why not?

Sade Gives A Shout-Out To The “Baby Father” In New Video


Sade has released the video for “Baby Father” just in time for Father’s Day on June 13 20. The song celebrates the unconditional love of a father rather than the usual “Papa Was a Rollin’ Stone” theme in songs about dads. I’d watch Sade singing from a dark closet, but the rich vintage-looking quality of the video and the imagery makes “Baby Father” even more special. Keep reading »

Album Drop: This Week’s New Releases, From Yeasayer To The Watson Twins

It’s new release Tuesday and you know what that means, hot stuff. It’s time to take the latest, raddest tuneage for a spin! This week has got some outta-this-world electro clank that’ll have you wanting to go bionic, thanks to Yeasayer, Phantogram, and Massive Attack. Then, on the flip side, we got some lady ballads bustin’ out as the Watson Twins start two-timing Jenny Lewis and Sade makes a comeback. So, let’s get into the groove after the jump. Keep reading »

Sade Releases First New Song In Nearly A Decade: “Soldier Of Love”


Sade has released her first new single in close to a decade, “Soldier of Love,” and we love it. Soul Culture calls it: “Moody, vibesome … and darkly rejuvenating,” and we agree. In the ’80s and ’90s, the British/Nigerian singer had a string of hits — “Your Love Is King,” “Smooth Operator,” and “No Ordinary Love” among them — but then she pretty much fell off the musical radar. If this single hints at what’s to come, we can’t wait for the Feb. 8, 2010, release of the Soldier of Love album. What do you think of the new track? Tell us in the comments. Keep reading »

Quickies: Sade To Release First Album In 10 Years & Racist Image Of Michelle Obama Taken Down

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Dealbreaker: Bad Music Taste

There are so many things involved in attraction. From clothing to chemistry, a never-ending list of items can be turn-offs. But sometimes differences are a turn-on, from magnets to men, you know what they say: opposites attract. Still, some things are so repellent, they’re dealbreakers.

When my friend introduced me to a man who was over a foot taller than me, pale as a sheet of paper with pitch black hair and black leather boots laced to his knees, I fell head over heels for this grown-up goth. I’m sure we looked like a bit of an odd couple, or the cast of a horror movie (me being the girl that would get killed first) but he was sweeter than the little pink dresses I wore. On our dates, he was so cute and surprisingly funny, all I could do was giggle and find ways to show off my cleavage.
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