Back in the 80s, if you grooved to Sade’s cool, jazz flavored pop hits, than you might want to check-out “Boo’d Up” by 23-year old British singer/songwriter Ella Mai, who delivers that same mood and vibe…old school slow jam–smooth and silky–

“Boo’d Up” topped the American R&B charts, making Mai the first female artist from across the pond to accomplish that feat since Lisa Stansfield, in 1991, with “All Woman.”  “Boo’d Up” is also charting on Top 40.

“Boo’d Up” is slang, meaning, more or less “head over heels in love,” which makes for an uplifting, positive, feel-good song.