From the archive, 25 February 1984: The north London kid with the late-night voice. The pop papers would have you believe that Sade Adu is some sort of singing Yoruba princess. Tall, statuesque, beautiful she certainly is. But when Sade was four her mother brought the two children back to England.
Who are Sades parents?
Anne Hayes Adebisi Abu Sade Adu/Parents Helen Folasade Adu, professionally known as Sade, was born in Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria on January 16, 1959. Her father Adebisi Adu, a Nigerian lecturer of economics, and her mother Anne Hayes, a district nurse, had met in London. Sade was the couples second child after their son Banji Adu.
Is Sade half Nigerian?
Sade, byname of Helen Folasade Adu, (born January 16, 1959, Ibadan, Nigeria), Nigerian-born British singer known for her sophisticated blend of soul, funk, jazz, and Afro-Cuban rhythms. She enjoyed wide critical acclaim and popularity in the 1980s and early 90s.
Who is Sades mother?
Anne Hayes Sade Adu/Mothers Her parents are Adebisi Adu, a Nigerian lecturer in economics of Yoruba background, and Anne Hayes, an English district nurse; they met in London, married in 1955, and moved to Nigeria. When Sade was four years old, her parents separated.
How do you spell shawty?
Shawty, shorty, or shortie is an American slang used as a term of endearment but also frequently heard as a catcall. After the 1990s, the term has largely referred to a young and attractive woman.