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There is instead spare, deceptively simple arrangement—sometimes no more than an acoustic guitar.And there is her voice, offering, instead of glossy lifestyle anthems, tracks like "Immigrant" and "Slave Song", whose lyrics, suffused with anger and regret, make poetry out of the sometime pain of the black experience.
"He said to me, 'Why did you do such a shit version of "Why Can't We Live Together? '" It taught her that fame didn't automatically bring slavish adoration and very quickly she became wary of it, putting on a scarf and sunglasses whenever she walked outside, ducking her head if passers-by called her name. A huge hit thanks to such singles as ' Smooth Operator,' the album won Sade a Best New Artist Grammy, and her subsequent multi-platinum albums established Sade as a top-selling soul and pop artist. Born Helen Folasade Adu on January 16, 1959 in Ibadan, Nigeria.Raised in London by her English mother, Sade developed several interests as a teen, including singing, fashion design and modeling.She grew up listening to soul legends—Curtis Mayfield, Donny Hathaway, Marvin Gaye—and wanted to be a drummer before becoming convinced that she'd be a writer. "I wanted to do painting but I ended up in fashion 'cause I wanted to make a living out of it, to have a trade, which was very much how I was brought up.But I didn't fit in, I wasn't reverent about fashion, I didn't love it at all." By chance something else happened to rescue her from frustration.