Sade is heading back to the top of the U.S. album charts with her first release in a decade.
Billboard 200 chart watchers predict the British soul star will end country trio Lady Antebellum's two-week run at the top of the countdown next week (17Feb10) thanks to early sales of her comeback album Soldier of Love.
It will be Sade's second U.S. number one - she reached the top with Promise in 1986.
Her last album, Lovers Rock, which was released in 2000, peaked at three and went on to sell 3.9 million copies in the U.S. alone, according to chart compilers Nielsen SoundScan.