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EntertainmentMadonna Debuts Medellín, The Intriguing Lead Single From Her New Album Madame X

10:26  18 april  2019
10:26  18 april  2019 Source:   huffingtonpost.co.uk

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American singer Madonna has released 84 singles and 17 promotional singles and charted with 10 other songs . In 1982, she signed a contract with Sire Records and Warner Bros.

Madonna has announced that new single ' Medellin ' from her new album ' Madame X ' will arrive at She then took to Twitter to confirm the release of launch single ‘ Medellin ’, featuring the Colombian singer Maluma, before Zane Lowe revealed that it would received its debut at 5pm on Beats1 Radio.

Madonna Debuts Medellín, The Intriguing Lead Single From Her New Album Madame X © Interscope Madonna

As an artist, Madonna has always spoken of her disdain for looking back and reminiscing, instead choosing to focus on what lies ahead.

It’s interesting, then, that the Queen of Pop has chosen to launch her 14th studio album, Madame X, with Medellín, packed with reflective lyrics about years gone by - and even more surprisingly, that this moment of reflection sounds like it might have been *ahem* chemically aided.

Madonna debuted Medellín on Tuesday afternoon, and despite having been listening to it literally nonstop since, we’re still not exactly sure where to start with it.

The track is a collaboration with Colombian star Maluma, who features heavily throughout.

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" Medellín " is a song by American singer-songwriter Madonna and Colombian singer Maluma. It was released on April 17, 2019, as the lead single from Madonna 's upcoming fourteenth studio album

Madonna unveiled a sultry and slinky new song “ Medellín ,” featuring Colombian singer Maluma. The track is set to appear on the pop icon’s forthcoming album , Madame X , due out June 14th. “ Medellín ” also finds Madonna reuniting with her longtime collaborator, the French producer Mirwais.

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And although it does play heavily into the reggaeton trend that has been dominating the charts in recent years, with artists like Cardi B, Justin Bieber and Little Mix, it would be unfair to say that Medellín was a transparent attempt for Madonna to chase a radio-friendly hit.

Clocking in at just shy of five minutes in total, we can’t imagine many stations being in too much a rush to play it in its entirety.

Similarly, while its twists and turns certainly make it an intriguing and arresting listen, it’s potentially a little jarring upon first or second listen, which might make it difficult to win over skip-happy casual listeners who stumble upon it on streaming services.

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Madonna today dropped “ Medellin ,” the first single from her forthcoming album , “ Madame X .” The song is a collaboration with Colombian singer Maluma and is named after that country’s city of Medellin , formerly the home base of narcoterrorist Pablo Escobar, but now a peaceful and thriving

The lead single , ' Medellin ,' will be released on Wednesday, April 17. After more than four years, Madonna will return with a brand new album , ' Madame X .' Its debut single , Medellin , will The lead single , Medellin , will be released this week according to Madonna , 60, and her collaborator, Maluma.

And then there’s the lyrics, which begin with Madonna singing: “I took a pill and had a dream, I went back to my 17 year, allowed myself to be naive, to be someone I’ve never been.”

While it might not be easy-listening, what we can say is that it’s definitely a statement that Madonna is not playing around with her new material.

Madonna Debuts Medellín, The Intriguing Lead Single From Her New Album Madame X © Interscope Madonna and Maluma

There’s also no denying Madonna’s conviction on this track. If you’re among the camp who thought the star seemed a little uneasy on recent albums like Hard Candy and MDNA, she sounds more herself than she has in years.

This is mirrored in the lyrics, which show a more vulnerable side to herself than she’s usually willing to offer as the song unfolds.

Interspersed with Maluma’s Spanish vocals, Madonna is heard singing about how “another me can now begin” and “for once doesn’t have to hide herself”, as she continues her mystical “trip”.

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Subscribe to the all- new Rolling Stone! Everything you need to know from the authority on music, entertainment, politics and pop culture. After dropping various hints on social media in recent weeks, Madonna has unveiled the teaser for her latest project Madame X . In a 90-second video that features

" Medellín " is a song by American singer-songwriter Madonna and Colombian singer Maluma. It was released on April 17, 2019, as the lead single from Madonna 's upcoming fourteenth studio album

Medellín is potentially not what everyone will have expected (or, indeed, wanted) from Madonna’s comeback, but when has she ever been a singer who did what was expected of her?

Madame X is released on June 14.

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