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Sade Makes a Comeback

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After a ten-year hiatus, singer Sade is back—and more beautiful than ever—on the cover of Ebony magazine. “I’ve had my ups and downs in the years between these albums," she tells the magazine. "That’s partly why I’m able to write songs that people in some way can hear. I express feelings, real feelings.” A veteran of the music industry—and the most successful female solo artist in British history—Sade's sixth album, Soldier of Love, was recently released, and currently sits at the top of the charts. [CocoPerez]