Following her 2016 EP Jerk Sauce (which featured the "Dum") and her 2017 offering "Come Through," South Miami songstress Sade Serena returns with a brand new R&B/Dancehall bop titled "Swerve" featuring reggae star Elephant Man. The song is perfect for the next dancehall party and captures that heated moment while slow-whining on a dance partner: "Ooo let it swerve on your body [More]
Emerging Pop-Reggae singer Sade Serena teams up with super producer J-Vibe for her new single "Rize." On the uplifting song, the Miami-based songstress address political and social issues, as she attempts to round up the masses to band together.
Sade brings out the truth to her lover: he's not the only one getting played. The clip plays out the context of the song, with Sade getting out and about after brushing off some IG pics of her man in the club with other women.
Sade Serena Highlights Island Roots At The Release Party of Her New EP, ‘Jerk Sauce’ (Photos + Video)
South Florida songstress Sade Serena has always infused her sound with a mix of R&B, Reggae and Pop/EDM, her 2014 EP Germination being a testament to that. But right now, Sade’s focus is centered around primarily one genre: reggae, and it’s evident in the project’s title, Jerk Sauce. Jerk Sauce is not only spicing up Sade's appeal in FL with radio spins but far and wide as well.
Following the release of her latest project Jerk Sauce, Jamaican songstress Sade Serena unleashes the remix to her single “DUM” featuring reggae vet Shaggy.
Following her sassy, reggae-tinged singles "Daylight" and "Dum," versatile singer-songwriter Sade Serena drops her new EP Jerk Sauce today, along with this tune, "Stray." Unlike her previous two releases, Seena ditches the reggae and pursues a more traditional R&B sound on "Stray."
Sade Serena teams up with Grammy-nominated producer James Farmer (a.k.a) J-Vibe for her new single " Dum", an uptempo female anthem heavily influenced by her Caribbean heritage.
Rising indie star Sade Serena drops another island-infused record in the form of "Daylight," a record produced by Italian Andrea Carax. On the groovy tune, led by a smooth reggae bassline, the singer/songwriter coos passion filed lyrics and melodies about the sweetness of her current love. "Daylight is about being completely infatuated with someone. It's the part of the relationship [More]
âBreathe Without Me" is a part of an upcoming dance music project for hemp flavored Vodka company, Elation. The song gives a perfect backdrop to a night on the town and a glass of spirits.
Sade Serena taps into her island roots for the vibing, lullaby offering, "Do what You Want." On the sultry, island-infused gem, the singer-songwriter gives her man the green light access to her heart.