In promotion of the album, the sometimes reclusive lead singer, Sade Adu, hit-up several talk shows including BET's '106 & Park,' 'The View,' and 'Jimmy Kimmel Live.' In an interview with radio disc-jockey Tom Joyner, the British born singer also revealed her somewhat surprising musical taste. "I like songs with sort of more heavy rap," she said. "I like Raekwon's album ['Only Built 4 Cuban Linx II'], you know from the Wu-Tang Clan. I listen to just about anything that speaks to me."
Following a 10-year hiatus the group announced their return to the music scene late last year. Their last album 'Lovers Rock' sold over three million units domestically and earned them a Grammy for Best Pop Vocal Album in 2002.