It has been stated that the overall amount of Sade net worth is as much as 60 million dollars. Sade became very well known because of her career as a singer, composer and song writer. She was born in 1959 in Nigeria. Her father was of Nigerian descent, whereas her mother was English. When she was only 4 years old, Sade moved to live in England with her mother. Therefore, she grew up there, as well.
When she was attending college, Sade started her career as a singer. She joined the group called “Pride”, where she was chosen to be a backup singer. When she sang the song called “Smooth Operator”, she was soon noticed by recording labels. In 1983, Sade was signed to Epic Records as a solo act. She was also joined by three other people from the group, who were Andrew Hale, Paul Denman and Stuart Matthewman. It was also her solo career which made her even more popular and also added up revenues to the total size of Sade net worth.
In fact, she is also known for her own band called “Sade”, where she is of course the leader. The band became very successful in the 1980s. Sade became well known for a couple of her songs, such as “No Ordinary Love”, “Smooth Operator” and “Soldier of Love”.
It is also known that more than 110 million copies of her recordings have been sold on an international scale. Such sales also made her one of the best selling female artists from the United Kingdom. In 2002, her career was crowned when she was awarded with the Obe, which was given to her by Prince Charles himself. She received this award for her involvement into music industry. Therefore, it not only added up to Sade net worth, but also earned her recognition.
In 2012 Sade was also included in the list of the 100 Greatest Women in Music, which was compiled by VH1 and where she placed in the 30th position. Moreover, her band “Sade” also became recognized in the industry as it has become a winner of a couple prestigious awards in the music world, such as Grammy award and Brit award. In addition, Sade herself has become a nominee of Brit Awards six times in the category of the Best British Female. Therefore, her career as a solo singer as well as band member made her popular, rich and recognized.