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  • 01:59

    Bobby Byrd: The Man Behind James Brown's Fame on HLT0 with Sade' and Knowledge

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    Without  Bobby Byrd, it has been proclaimed by some music scholars that James Brown might not have become famous beyond his environment and let alone Mr Brown would become the "godfather of soul." Brown in the authorities’ eyes was a juvenile delinquent and if it were not for the Byrd family, it’s a wonder if any of us would even have hear of Mr. James Brown. Bobby Byrd was dubbed by some, "the godfather's, godfather" and as the years pass, the younger generation’s little knowledge of James Brown, has less than that of Bobby Byrd. Samples is popluar with the young entertainers  like, Eric B. and Rakim who borrowed a bit of one of Byrd’s best singles, “I Know You Got Soul’ of which Hotwordz Lyrical Theatre0 debut January 15, 2016. Sade’ and Knowledge continues to dig through the history of the music, so keep it locked on HLT0 for music for the soul.

  • 01:31

    The Sade Champagne Show (S1E2)

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    "The Sade Champagne Show" (S1Ep2) Each episode is full of Inspiration, Encouragement, Entertainment, and Empowerment. Join Sade for a Celebrity Guest Interview with Young Artists Awards nominated musical artist, performer and philanthropist Dalton Cyr! Call-in @ 323-693-3043 and press "1" to stream LIVE and CHAT with Sade and the teen hearthrob himself. Also featuring dynamic poet, published author & TEDx speaker "Ayokunle Falomo". Presented by: GrindHard Radio. #SadeChampagneShow

  • 00:25

    Birthday Queens: Aaliyah and Sade

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    In honor of Aaliyah and Sade's birthday today, Shaliah plays some of her favorite songs by them and also give a little unknown facts about the artists you may not know.

  • 01:33

    Back To Soul Music with Sade' & Knowledge on the ghetto truth Magazine in STEREO

    in Classical Music

    'Music is Truth' ~ Gg

    Soul music developed in the late 1950’s and remained popular through the 1970s. Music at that point took a turn and continues to change today. It was a major force in pop music history thanks to labels like Stax and Motown and seems to be slipping out the hands of the originators of Soul music. Its popularity among Indigenous Americans made it a prominent part of the civil rights movement and on Hotwordz Lyrical Theatre0, we’re going to return to the great soul music of our culture. It’s Friday night, so get down on it and listen in on HLT0 and we promise to take you back to where music was a soulful experience.

    *Sponsored by African Americans Ain't African

    Hosted by Sade' and Knowledge

  • 01:32

    The Sade Champagne Show (S1E3)

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    "The Sade Champagne Show" Each episode is full of Encouragement, Inspiration, Entertainment, Empowerment. Join Sade for a Celebrity Guest Interview with MTV's Nick Cannon Presents Wild N Out Comedian, Weeds, and My Name is Earl actress "Rasika Mathur" and Special Guest Interview with popular model and blogger Adina Musta from A$AP Rocky, Maroon 5, Jason Durelo, and Chris Brown music videos, LA Fashon Week, and ABC Family. Also featuring segments #MotivationalMoments with Lisa Lewolt, #TanCandyStyle with Tanya Chishlom and #CharitySpotlight Call-in 323-693-3043 and press "1" to stream LIVE with Sade and the panel. Presented by: GRINDHARD RADIO #SadeChampagneShow

  • 01:27

    WEEKEND EDITION: SADE - The Woman, The Music

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    Helen Folasade Adu, OBE born 16 January 1959, known as Sade, is a British Nigerian singer, songwriter, composer, and record producer. Following a brief stint of studying fashion design and modelling Adu began back up singing for a band named Pride, during this time she attracted attention from record labels and along with other members left Pride and formed Sade. Following a record deal Sade and her eponymous band released their debut album Diamond Life (1984), the album was a commercial success and sold over six million copies, becoming one of the top-selling debut recordings of the '80s and the best-selling debut ever by a British female vocalist.

    Sade and the band were credited as being Influential to neo soul, the band achieved success in the 1980s with music that featured a sophisti-pop style, incorporating elements of soul, pop, smooth jazz, and quiet storm.The band was part of a new wave of British R&B-oriented artists during the late-1980s and early 1990s that also included Soul II Soul, Caron Wheeler, The Brand New Heavies, Jamiroquai, and Lisa Stansfield. AllMusic's Alex Henderson writes that, "Many of the British artists who emerged during that period had a neo-soul outlook and were able to blend influences from different eras". Sade has been nominated six times for the Brit Award for Best British Female.


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  • 02:02

    'Classic Soul' with Sade' and Knowledge on Hotwordz Lyrical Theatre0

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    Classic Soul with hosts Sade’ and Knowledge is music for the soul as the energy of the music grows within you and spark a moment  of good times as we return to  the 50’s 60’s and 70’s of classic soul. Hotwordz Lyrical Theatre0 on Friday night, will take you back to sweet memories of listening to smooth sounds of the soul music you once remember. Live bands like Earth, Wind, and Fire was the inspiration to fly as we got lost in the rhythm of the beat. Sade’ and Knowledge engages in known and unknown history and the background of the artists and groups who made the music. Tune in and press (1) with your request.


    Sponsored by African Americans Ain't African

  • 01:55

    The Best Of Sade!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    in Entertainment

    A Moment In Black History With Mr Henry Hawthorne............

  • 01:35

    Hotwordz Lyrical Theatre0’s 'Classic Soul Hosted by Sade' and Knowledge

    in Music

     HLT0’s Classic Soul is a mix of music featuring talents of the 50’s, 60’s, 70’s and a little bit of the 80’s. The music includes well-known artists as well as great artists that flew under the radar. We like to feature a different artists from the classic soul era each show educating our listeners, keeping the history of soul alive while strolling down memory lane for some of our listeners. HLT0’s ‘Classic Soul’ airs Friday nights at 9:00 PM EST and aims to inform our audience by exposing the influences of soul in today’s music. With a classic soul party going on HLT0 manages to tie in an intellectual discussion on current topics, such as stories behind Aretha Franklin, Etta James, and Beyoncé’. Sade’ and Knowledge give their perspective on the Diana Ross fame and the dynamics of The Supremes in the segment of “The Anatomy of the “Girl Group”

    Showtime:8PM CST/6PM PST

    Call 646-787-8474 and Catch a Party on Hotwordz Lyrical Theatre0 with Sade' and Knowledge


    *Sponsored by African Americans Ain't African




  • 01:01

    The Best Of Sade On Cruz Inc Radio, Sponsored By CeCe-Me Jewelry

    in Music

    Tonight's Show The Best Of Sade is sponsored by CeCe-Me Jewelry. Visit www.cece-me.com to view their aswesome selections!


    Tune in at 9 PM EST at www.blogtalkradio.com/cruzincradio



    Helen Folasade Adu, OBE (Yoruba: F?lá?adé Adú; born 16 January 1959), known professionally as Sade Adu or simply Sade (/???'de?/ shah-DAY), is an English singer-songwriter, composer, arranger, and record producer. With members Paul S. Denman, Andrew Hale, and Stuart Matthewman, she gained worldwide fame as the lead vocalist of the English band Sade. Following a brief stint as a fashion designer of men's clothing and part-time model Adu began backup singing for the band Pride. Growing attention from record labels led her, along with other fellow band members, to separate from Pride and form the band Sade. Following a record deal with Epic Records the band released their debut album Diamond Life (1984). The album sold over six million copies, becoming one of the top-selling debut recordings of the 1980s, and the best-selling debut ever by a British female vocalist.


    Following the release of the band's debut album they went on to release a string of multi-platinum selling albums. Their follow up Promise was released in 1985 and peaked at number-one in the UK Albums Chart, the US Billboard 200, and went on to sell four million copies in the US. Sade would later go on to make her acting debut in the British film, Absolute Beginners (1986), before the release of the band's albums, Stronger Than Pride (1988) and Love Deluxe (1992). After the release of the fifth album, Lovers Rock (2000), the band embarked on a ten-year hiatus in which Sade raised her daughter. Following the hiatus the band returned with their sixth album, Soldier of Love (2010) which became a commercial success and won a Grammy Award.