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  1. This week, Madonna released her latest single Medellín featuring Colombian singer Maluma off her forthcoming album Madame X which is due out in June. The bilingual mid-tempo bop has received mostly positive reviews from critics and fans, and is being praised by many as a return-to-form for the highest-selling female artist in history. But this isn’t Madonna’s first time appropriating celebrating Latin culture. Or even her second. Or her third. Over the course of her impressive 30+ year career, the hitmaker has released a number of Spanish-language songs with varying degrees of success. Without any further ado, we’ve ranked eight of Madge’s Spanish-language songs from the very worst to the very best… 8. Spanish Lesson Ranking at the absolute worst is the embarrassing tenth track off Madonna’s 2008 album Hard Candy in which she spews off incorrect Spanish translations in a gringa accent for three-and-a-half agonizing minutes much to everyone’s unease. 7. I’m Going Bananas Madonna channels her inner Carmen Miranda in this vaguely racist, Salsa-themed jingle from her 1990 soundtrack album I‘m Breathless from the movie Dick Tracy. Perhaps the only thing keeping this song from being deemed her absolute worst song of her entire catalogue is that it’s only a minute and 41 seconds long and clearly not supposed to be taken seriously. 6. Be Careful Madge both wrote and lent her vocals to this sleepy duet that appeared on Ricky Martin‘s 1999 self-titled album. The song, which sounds like a throwaway track from her 1998 album Ray of Light, was never released as a single, though it did get a slightly more palpable remix by DJ Sebissimo almost 20 years later in 2018 that’s worth a listen. 5. Lo Que Siente La Mujer Neither here nor there, the Spanish rendition of Madonna’s song “What It Feels Like For A Girl” from her 2000 album Music was included in her Drowned World Tour in an effort, we assume, to prove she can speak Spanish, damn it! Or at least memorize enough words to sound like she speaks Spanish. 4. Verás The Spanish version of Madonna’s song “You’ll See” from her 1995 compilation album Something to Remember was a pleasant and unexpected surprise. It was recorded at Gloria and Emilio Estefan’s studio in Miami (naturally) and was included as a bonus track on the Latin American editions of Something to Remember. 3. Who’s That Girl OK, now we’re onto the good stuff… The theme song to Madonna’s 1987 movie Who’s That Girl featured a Spanish chorus (“¿Quién es esa niña?/¡Senorita mas fina!”) that was simple enough for her to perform convincingly and catchy enough for fans to remember so they could sing along. 2. Spanish Eyes Sometimes titled “Pray For Spanish Eyes,” the penultimate track from Madonna’s game-changing 1989 album Like A Prayer is a sad ballad decrying gang violence in the barrio that frequently finds its way onto lists of “most underrated” Madonna songs. 1. La Isla Bonita Coming in at number one is the tropical track from Madonna’s 1986 album True Blue. At the time, she called the song a “tribute to the beauty and mystery of the Latin American people” in an interview with The New York Times. It remains one of the shiniest gems from her early career. https://www.queerty.com/madonnas-spanish-language-songs-ranked-20190421
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    Perhaps, she didn't make any song with some Portuguese language, so she decided to cover one Portuguese song. Being inspired by Portugal doesn't have to mean she must sing in Portuguese, but it would be very weird to release such an album involving Spanish language.
  3. OK, the song isn't horrible, but I just wish she won't deliver a simple cover that sounds like the original. I don't want just a different production, I want a complete make over. Thoughts?
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    Welcome to the Madonna Section thread is updated. I'll Remember/Hall of Fame added - a section for some iconic threads. If you have some suggestions, let me know. Gifs added. Does anyone have that gif from Ellen show 2015, where Madonna enters the studio while hopping?
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    Some of them were too generic and soulless for Madonna.
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    Bitch I'm Madonna Turn Up The Radio Celebration
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    I have never seen this before.
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    This is so exciting. Shaping to be one of her best eras, if she continues serving good songs and visuals.
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    It is cute.
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    Thanks. I need to fix the links. They keep changing.