She is the first Nigerian to win a Grammy Award and she is also the Nigerian with the highest number of Grammy award with four award.
She won her first Grammy in 1986 in the Best New Artist category. She also won the Best R&B Performance by a duo or group with vocals in 1994 for the song, “No Ordinary Love.”
Sade Adu also won another Grammy in 2002 in the category of the Best Pop Vocal Album, with the song “Lovers Rock,” In 2011, she won the Best R&B Performance by a group with vocals in 2011 for “Soldier of Live.”
Sade Adu was born in Ibadan, Nigeria and raised in London,England. She has been credited as one of the most successful British female artists in history and also the most successful Solo Artiste in British history to have over 50 million sales with 110 music albums.
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