Gift of Good Men | “Be Mine” by Vadé x Jermaine Riley

Multi-award winning act Vadé Delivers a Special Valentines Gift through New Single, “Be Mine”

It’s coming up to that time of the year where the single ladies dream of pairing up with that special one – but quickly become cautious, fearing that all guys prefer the ‘player lifestyle’ over a meaningful, long-term relationship.

Be Mine by Vade x Jermaine Riley Well five-piece R&B/A cappella sensation Vadé’s brand new single, “Be Mine”, proves there are still good men out there who are more than willing to settle down. Written by band member Jermaine Sanderson, “Be Mine” documents a man’s burning desire make a commitment to his love interest …and makes it potently clear that he’s not into playing silly games.

The future is definitely looking very bright for Vadé as they offer a spine-tingling take on A cappella music – and with their latest offering, “Be Mine”, it goes without saying that the UK-based crooners have got what it takes to send shockwaves throughout the music scene across the globe.

“Be Mine” is Available Now on iTunes and GooglePlay!

About Vadé
Born as a brainchild of Philip Yeboah and JJ Hammerslay back in 2013, Vadé now includes three powerhouses, Jermaine Sanderson, Roy Crisp and Joseph Anti to enhance their rich soulful harmonies, armed with a jazz/R&B fusion – think Boyz II Men.

RnB Group, Vade

Their powerfully soulful sound certainly hasn’t slipped under the radar as the group was named the winner of Sky 1’s Sing: Ultimate A cappella in 2017, which led to the release of their debut album, ‘Cry Your Heart Out’ in the same year, recorded at the renowned Abbey Road Studios. Following their 2017 debut release, Vadé continues to generate recognition, scooping the 2018 A cappella Awards for Best Quintet along the way.

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Twitter: @vadesings
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