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The Interview 3

Interrogator: you killed 2 men, a man and a boy

Abdul: yes I did

Interrogator: can you tell us how this happened please… 529 more words

On November 4, 1985.

On November 4m 1985, “Epic Records” released “Promise”, the second Sade studio album. “Promise” was recorded at the “Power Plant Studios” in London and at “Studio Miraval” in France, and was produced by Robin Millar, Mike Pela, Ben Rogan and Sade. 138 more words


Californian born singer-songwriter Tori Kelly releases her third album after working hard to get into the limelight by releasing videos of her covers and original songs on YouTube. 707 more words


What I Wore: The Sweetest Taboo

Growing up in Detroit music was such a big part of my childhood. I mean how could it not be when Detroit is literally Motown? One of my fondest memories of that time is cruising around the city with my Grandma Dolley in her Red Buick Skylark bumping all of the old school jams!   463 more words


Sade - Diamond Life (1984)

On my to-do list in life: travel coast-to-coast across Canada and/or the U.S.

It’s a daunting task, a lot of kilometres/miles.

I wasn’t really sure if it was a realistic goal…until Sade generously provided a potential shortcut route. 183 more words


Sade - Soldier of Love

Helen Folasade Adu, OBE (Yoruba: Fọláṣadé Adú; born 16 January 1959), known as Sade (/ʃɑːˈd/ shah-day… 227 more words


Living Legends: Sade

I realise that at the rapid rate that new music is being released – iTunes, mixtapes, free music, a new artist everyday – which is amazing for consumers, but there seems to be a lack of music knowledge with regards to music icons. 545 more words