|Birth name||Mersadie Louise Hall|
|Born||19 August 1987|
|Origin||Paddington, London England|
|Associated acts||A-List, Wiley, Kano, Shola Ama, Mz. Bratt,|
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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 aunt Sonia was a jazz singer in a group called the Clamber, and her older sister is Shola Ama.
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.
- 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.
- "Westwood - Wiley introducing the A-List (Radio 1)". YouTube. 4 March 2010.
- Youngs, Ian (2 January 2007). "Sound of 2007: Sadie Ama". BBC News.
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