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Madonna album Madame X ‘tracklist and album cover’ released

April 16, 2019
Madonna teases new album Madame X

Madonna in the Madame X promotional video

Madonna is teasing new details from her new album Madame X, which is due to be released on April 17.

The legendary singer tweeted various concept images and Apple Music has reportedly released the tracklist and album artwork.

“Madame X is a professor,” Madonna wrote in one tweet, “Madame X is a cabaret singer,” she wrote in another.

Eagle-eyed Madonna fans have also been sharing the ‘tracklist’ and ‘album cover’ for the latest release, which reportedly appeared on Apple Music.

The 15-song released tracklist features collaborations from Quavo, Swae Lee, Anitta and two with Maluma.

 

Madonna's Madame X artwork.
This is reportedly Madonna’s Madame X artwork. (Credit: Apple Music)

Madame X ‘tracklist’

Medellin (with Maluma) – 4:58

Dark Ballet – 4:15

God Control – 6:19

Future (feat. Quavo) – 3:54

Batuka – 4:57

Killers Who Are Partying – 5:29

Crave (feat Swae Lee) – 3:22

Crazy – 4:02

Come Alive – 4:02

Extreme Occident – 3:42

Faz Gostoso (feat. Anitta) – 4:06

Bitch I’m Loca (with Maluma) – 2:51

I Don’t Search I Find – 4:08

Looking For Mercy – 4:50

I Rise – 3:44

Madame X travels the world ‘changing identities’

“Madame X is a secret agent travelling around the world, changing identities, fighting for freedom, bringing light to dark places.

“She is a dancer, a professor, a head of state, a housekeeper, an equestrian, a prisoner, a student, a mother, a child, a teacher, a nun, a singer, a saint, a whore, and a spy,” Madonna says.

Eurovision Song Contest 

Madonna is reportedly going to debut a new song when she performs next month at the final of the Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv.

The pop star was confirmed to be performing at the event last week. She will reportedly be paid $1 million for the performance. She is also expected to sing one well known song at the event.

However, a number of groups have called on Madonna to boycott the event and cancel her performance as a part of the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (BDS) initiative.

The movement encourages boycotts against Israel over the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

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