New Sade Album Is On the Way

“A bunch of songs” are in the works.

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Thanks to longtime Sade collaborator Stuart Matthewman, we have confirmation of new music from the legendary R&B artist. In a new interview, Matthewman confirms that “we’re working on a new album. … When we’re happy, then we’ll let everyone else hear it.” Having not released a record since 2010’s Soldier of Love, Sade Adu and the rest of the band have earned a reputation as perfectionists content to let their hard work speak for itself: “[Sade’s] not interested in the fame or any of that [other] stuff,” Matthewman affirms. “She likes to put out art. … The record company knows there’s no point in nagging us or giving us deadlines.”

Most recently, Sade debuted her first new song in 7 years, “Flower of the Universe.”

Similarly, Chance the Rapper is still in the studio working on his new album.

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