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Birth name  Mersadie Louise Hall
Role  Singer
Occupation(s)  Singer
Genres  Contemporary R&B
Years active  2006-present
Siblings  Shola Ama
Name  Sadie Ama

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Born  19 August 1987 (age 28) (1987-08-19)
Origin  Paddington, London, England
Associated acts  Wiley, Kano, Shola Ama, Cleo.
Similar People  Shola Ama, Cleo, DaVinChe, Kano, Kele Le Roc

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Sadie Ama (born Mersadie Louise Hall, 19 August 1987) is an English R&B singer. She grew up in Kilburn, London in a musical household; her Mum Sonia was a jazz singer in a group called the Clamber, and her older sister is Shola Ama. She is known for featuring on the Tom Zanetti track "You Want Me".


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Sadie's first record was So Sure, featuring Kano and produced by Terror Danjah. Recently she has been featured in numerous urban publications including Touch, New Nation, RWD, Blues & Soul and others. She has also appeared in style magazines i-D, Trace and Dummy, as well as newspapers such as the Daily Mirror. She is currently working on new material. She also has a song called "Deja Vu" which can be heard on YouTube.

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In February 2010, Sadie joined a new collective group formed by Wiley called A-List, alongside her sister Shola Ama.

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  • Nominated for best UK newcomer for 2007 MOBO Awards
  • Appeared in music videos, "Mama", Lemar's "50/50 & Lullaby" and Nathan's "Round and Round"
  • Voted 4th in BBC Sound of 2007 list
  • Her first single, "Fallin'", reached #67 on the UK Singles Chart.
  • Featured in BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge as back-up vocals for DJ Ironik's single "Stay With Me (Everybody's Free)".
  • Her song 'Fallin has been sampled by many grime artists including Wiley & Lil' Rascals.
  • References

    Sadie Ama Wikipedia

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