on 02/01/2015 | 14:55
While other music stars prefer to work on new friends or love affairs on New Years Eve and really bust the corks, Madonna apparently hung out around the turn of the year in the recording studio. After all, her new thirteenth album will be released on March 10, 2015. Madonna has a suitable title ready too…
How Universal Music is now revealed The thirteenth studio album of the “Queen of Pop” is supposed to be titled “Rebel Heart”. The auspicious title suggests that Madonna will still be rebelling, eager to experiment, and of course extremely sexy on her new album and after 30 proud years in the music business. Madonna also proves with a great download campaign that the singer can still compete with the young people of the pop world at the age of 56.
For the release of her new album “Rebel Heart”, Madonna came up with something very special: Fans who pre-order the new long player “Queen of Pop” can download six tracks of the album in advance.. The remaining 13 hits Madonna has sung in recent months will follow on March 10, when “Rebel Heart” is finally officially in record stores.
Madonna focuses on the old and the new
Like on his hit album “Hard Candy” On “Rebel Heart,” Madonna also uses cool features with the best DJs on the music scene.. The queen of pop has chosen the hit producer to work on her new album Diplo and American rappers Kanye west brought on board. Madonna also hired Nicki Minaj as a guarantee of success for the joint song “Bitch I’m Madonna.” Along with the songs “Living For Love,” “Devil Pray,” “Ghosttown,” “Unapologetic Bitch,” and “Illuminati,” fans can now stream this smash hit on music provider iTunes. Thanks to clever marketing strategy, Madonna made a big hit even before the album’s official release.: On December 20, 2014, “Rebel Heart” reached number one on the iTunes album charts.
As calm as he was recently about Madonna, his musical comeback is brilliant. It’s been a year and a half since the “Queen of Pop” made headlines with new hits. Now Madonna is once again ready to give the music scene a new coat of paint!
Image Sources: Universal Music