As a child I spent countless hours glued in front of the television watching videos on MTV, but when we finally got BET in ’84 I was introduced to a crew of Smooth Operators that would have a long-lasting effect on me and legions of others. Appearing in constant rotation was one of the most aesthetically pleasing acts, unbound by genre, that continue to confound music lovers to this day. Was Sade Folk, Soul, Jazz, RnB, a combination of all of the above or none of them at all? It never mattered as long as they continued to provide their mysterious trademark sound. 6 albums and 4 Grammy’s later, they’re still one of my favorite bands and a constant source of inspiration for up and comers.
Pearls is a testament to the countless number of acts, regardless of genre, that have been touched by Sade. Their remakes or remixes is their homage to a sound that can not be encapsulated but forever enjoyed. Dance, love or chill out to this
Brothers in Arms (J Boogie & DeeJay Theory) – Stronger
Sade – Nothing Can Come Between Us (Pomo Edit)
Sade – Soldier of Love (Casamena Edit)
Sade – Give It Up (Trackademics Re-Edit)
Columbia Nights – Make Some Room
QSTN – Luv U More
MF Doom – Doomsday
Teck-Zilla – Theme To S.O.S.
Reva Devito – Sweetest Taboo
Esta – Only One
Sade – Smooth Operator (Leon Deejay Aegean Sunset Mix)
Sade – By Your Side (Miguel Migs Naked Music Mix)
MNEK – No Ordinary Love
Tall Black Guy – Sade’s Taboo (Sweetest Taboo Blap-Up)
Les Nubians – Tabou (The Roots Remix)
Nipsey Hussle – If U Were Mine
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