New Sade Album

As a follow up to the platinum-selling Soldier Of Love, which spent three weeks at the top of the Billboard album chart and garnered a well-deserved GRAMMY, Sade is back with The Ultimate Collection. In addition to classic Sade songs, the must-have album will include three new, never-before heard songs including “Moon & The Sky” (featuring Jay-Z). Here for the first time, fans can find all of their favorite Sade classics from their most iconic albums including songs from the Best Of collection and the greatest hits off of Lover’s Rock and Soldier Of Love.The track listing for The Ultimate Collection will be revealed shortly.

Pre-orders of the album begin today at, and fans who pre-order The Ultimate Collection will have exclusive early access to tickets beginning March 30th for the newly announced dates in select markets.

Tickets for the newly announced dates go on sale to the public beginning April 2nd at and For Facebook pre-sale codes, announcements and on-sale dates, visit Sade’s Facebook events page.


  1. I will believe that when I hear it. That song needed no remake. I don’t understand why they think they have to put a rap on every song. This only happens with black artisist where they think they have to put a rap on every song. Just stop it already. I hate rap always have and probably always will.

  2. @ Bria, you are so right. Rap doesn’t have to be on every single man made song.
    Last I knew, Sade didn’t want Jay to be on her Album. And she was rather adamant about it. So I guess just like the Carter’s always do, Jay finally got what he wanted. As much as I love Sade, I hope Jay didn’t make it lose that special kind of class she gives to her music. Because I don’t think he is even on her level.

  3. I don’t hate rap just most of the “hip hop/rap” on tv and radio. But I don’t understand why Sade would need a rapper on her music, her voice truly can stand on it’s own. smh rap doesn’t have to be remixed on every type of good music

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