Sade Adu To Celebrate 61st Birthday In Lagos Nigeria

sade adu 61st birthday lagos nigeria

Sade Adu To Celebrate 61st Birthday In Lagos Nigeria

Elite Resources Media is organizing an exclusive Karaoke Night for Nigerian-British singer and songwriter, Folasade Helen Adu widely known as Sade Adu to honour the legendary singer on her birthday as she turns 61 on Thursday, January 16th, 2020.

The Karaoke Night which is coming up at Shaunz Karaoke Bar, Lekki, Lagos is supported by Sprouting Roots Media and Vuga Music where friends, family, and colleagues will come together to sing and enjoy their favorite Sade Adu songs alongside other Sade Adu lovers.

According to the organizers, the event promises to be fun, engaging, while there are prizes to be won by the best singers.

Popularly known for hit songs such as Sweetest Taboo, Smooth Operator, No Ordinary Love; Sade Adu began her career as a backup singer for the band Pride, then split from the band with guitarist Stuart Matthewman in 1983 to form her own band, called Sade. They recorded their first album in just six weeks and released it to great success in July 1984.

The group followed up with three more successful albums over the next eight years. The band then took an eight-year hiatus before releasing a comeback album and going on tour throughout 2000 and 2001.

In 2002, she was awarded the Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE). In 2010, the group released “Soldier of Love” and it got the Grammy Award for Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals.

Sade Adu has indeed become an epitome of beauty and pride to her fans and listeners of her music, hence worth celebrating year after year.

3 thoughts on “Sade Adu To Celebrate 61st Birthday In Lagos Nigeria

  1. I am a wisher of say she go help me to sing my own song. I get plenty song o. Blooz or rege or jaz or anything. I get am. In fat, I must go to that birthday weda they say make I come or make I not come. I must waka go. I must talk to her. I must tell am say is me weyris love her pass away everybody. I must confuse her so that she go help me.

  2. SADE IS good, no doubt. Her Sweetest Taboo is one jazz that makes me high like ten wraps of original igbo would do to Bench.

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