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  1. this was so cute put this kid in dance classes ASAP
  2. The right song to play at your wedding, Madame X really changing the rules
  3. KeshaOverdose


    Kesha’s debut album “Animal” was released 10 years ago today. https://open.spotify.com/album/5peRwC6pQh8eaoIPtvmmOB?nd=1 Share your thoughts and memories
  4. David Bowie and Madonna If there is one thing that every pop star of the last decade can agree on, it’s that they have loved the concept of “era” a little too much. David Bowie, Madonna and Prince were some of the earliest artists to make the concept notable, introducing characters or historic fashion statements to the canon of popular music. Often perpetuated by stan culture and first re-popularized by the likes of Beyonce and Lady Gaga, each star has sunk deeper into the mode of killing the past and rebirthing a new image with every album that goes beyond just working with new collaborators and debuting an updated sound. -B.S. https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-lists/biggest-pop-influences-on-2010s-927808/david-bowie-and-madonna-927852/
  5. Madonna has raised a total of $188,900 during the 49 Madame X Tour concerts of the North American leg for her charity, Raising Malawi! During the show, Madonna takes a Polaroid picture of herself and auctions it off to one lucky audience member. After some confusion on the opening night as to where the money was going, Madonna did clarify that it would all go to the Raising Malawi charity. The record for a single picture is currently set at $10,000! We at Madonnarama have compiled the full list. Check it out! New York City September 17 – $1,000 September 18 – $500 September 19 – $1,000 September 21 – $1,500 September 22 – $2,000 September 24 – $1,000 September 25 – $1,500 September 26 – $2,500 September 28 – $4,000 October 1 – $5,000 October 2 – not sold ($2,000 offer deemed too low) October 3 – $2,000 October 5 – $2,200 October 6 – $3,700 October 10 – $6,900 October 12 – $4,000 Chicago October 16 – $3,600 October 17 – $8,000 October 21 – $4,000 October 23 – $3,500 October 24 – $4,000 October 27 – $4,200 October 28 – $4,500 San Francisco November 2 – $10,000 November 4 – $3,000 November 5 – $4,000 Las Vegas November 7 – $6,000 November 9 – $3,000 November 10 – $4,500 Los Angeles November 13 – $5,000 November 14 – $1,000 November 16 – $7,000 November 17 – $4,000 November 19 – $5,000 November 20 – $4,000 November 21 – $1,000 November 23 – $3,300 November 24 – $4,000 November 25 – $10,000 Philadelphia December 7 – $3,000 December 8 – $3,000 December 10 – $5,000 December 11 – $3,500 Miami Beach December 14 – $3,000 December 15 – $6,000 December 17 – $5,000 December 18 – $5,000 December 19 – $5,000 December 21 – $5,000
  6. KeshaOverdose


    Finally an unreleased leak after years
  7. thank you @Agugaga for all of your hard work
  8. Random, but Madame X stay winning! Imagine if it was a single... Seems weird but according to the numbers on BR Spotify Side to Side: 38,273,764 (peaked #10) Bang Bang: 20,703,186 (peaked #5) Faz Gostoso: 14,347,662 (peaked #8) *these are the streams that managed to enter Spotify charts. There are more. 80% of Faz Gostoso streams are from Brasil, even the recent one that don't chart. It could be real
  9. In her Facebook post: I’m so excited to hear that Tracy Young has been nominated for a Grammy! This is a BIG deal. Not only did she do a killer remix of “Shine” for me in 2002, but she has been breaking ground for women for years. I can’t wait to vote for her and I urge all Recording Academy / GRAMMYs voting members to join me. Tracy’s nomination is for her remix of Madonna's “I Rise” – a great song with a really powerful message. One of my faves off the Madame X album. Tracy’s nomination marks the FIRST time a female Producer/Remixer has EVER been nominated in the “Best Remixed Recording” category since its inception in 1998, despite Tracy being eligible in previous years. Tracy has had over 60 #1 Billboard Club Chart Hits. She also worked with Michelle Obama on her ‘This is for my Girls’ song. Tracy is a true pioneer and I hope this inspires future generations of female Producers/Remixers. We NEED more of ya! #SheIsTheMusic Listen to Tracy's remix of "I Rise" here:
  10. 45. Madonna, ‘Madame X’ In a nutshell: The ultimate pop icon taps into the Latin pop zeitgeist On her best album in years, Madonna returned under the guise of ‘Madame X’, an alter-ego that encompassed roles of a mother, child, teacher, spy, nun, saint, and more. The album that shared her new pseudonym was similarly imaginative, pulling together inspiration from the Latin-pop and Batuque music she’d been exposed to since moving to Lisbon, Portugal. Ultimately, ’Madame X’ represented an eclectic, masterful new phase that stood tall amid her inimitable back catalogue. Key track: ‘Medellín’. Best moment: The glittery pop waltz of ‘Crazy’’s chorus. https://www.nme.com/features/the-greatest-albums-of-2019-2586777
  11. Billboard reported the date in Antwerp. Christina Aguilera Sportpaleis Antwerp, Belgium July 6, 2019 $547,752 8,416 / 8,416 1 / 1 $112.49, $39.37 Live Nation We love a sold out show
  12. 12. Madonna, “God Control” Madonna has a reputation for being a trendsetter, but her true talent lies in bending those trends to her will, twisting them around until they’re barely recognizable. Madame X’s pièce de résistance, at least in that regard, is the six-minute “God Control,” which begins with the queen of pop conjuring the spirit and disaffected monotone of Kurt Cobain—“I think I understand why people get a gun/I think I understand why we all give up,” she sings through clenched teeth—before the whole thing implodes into a euphoric, densely layered samba-disco-gospel mash-up. Madonna’s vocals alternate between Auto-Tuned belting, urgent whispers, and Tom Tom Club-style rapping as she takes on the gaslight industrial complex and so-called political reformers. On paper, it might sound like the ingredients for a musical Hindenburg, but—somewhere around the midpoint, when she declares, “It’s a con, it’s a hustle, it’s a weird kind of energy!”—it all coheres into the most exhilaratingly batshit thing she’s done in years. Cinquemani
  13. #61 overall. https://www.forbes.com/consent/?toURL=https://www.forbes.com/power-women/ Rihlegend
  14. 12. Madonna, Madame X With their naïve—some might say crude—expressions of bloody-hearted empathy, there’s something almost Björkian about songs such as “God Control” and “Killers Who Are Partying.” English is, of course, Madonna’s first language, and lyrics like “I’ll be Africa/If Africa is shut down” are received with less generosity when one’s claws are already out. We expect pop stars to stay in their lane, but Madonna is at heart a rock auteur, with all of the inclinations toward upending the status quo and expressing a singular vision that designation implies. Inspired by her time living in Lisbon, where she was surrounded by musicians and art in a way she hadn’t been since her pre-fame days in the East Village, Madame X plays like a musical memoir, sometimes literally: “I came from the Midwest/Then I went to the Far East/I tried to discover my own identity,” she sings on “Extreme Occident.” The album is far from her creative zenith, but it’s her most fearless effort in at least 15 years—the sound of an artist who’s got no more fucks to give. Sal Cinquemani
  15. 2. Lana Del Rey: “The Greatest” On “The Greatest,” the big one—the ultimate disaster—looms large. Civilization teeters toward oblivion, the temperature climbs upward, and Lana Del Rey is our soothsayer. She narrates these end times with a wry resignation that’s nostalgic and tactile, dreamy yet prickly. Pining for Long Beach and a lost lover, missing the music and nightlife of New York, her response to the future is to cling to her past. She’s had a ball, but as she flips through the photo album, she concedes that the culture is a little too lit, that the heat is making her breath feel heavy. The gut punch of the song is that despite her exhaustion, she sounds fulfilled. There's contentment in her voice as it floats over Jack Antonoff's sour guitar chords and soft keys, as if she’s savoring her just desserts. This isn’t just a character study, though: As one woman's world goes up in smoke, Del Rey zooms out to observe other anguishes: Kanye West is a shadow of himself; Hawaii is panicked by fictional missile strikes; David Bowie’s vision of life on Mars is now being pursued by Elon Musk. As her voice drops to a whisper, she takes in this surreal and depressing panorama—what a truly ludicrous ending, right?—then suddenly she perks up. Why? Because there’s a livestream to watch. The greatest loss of all, it turns out, is our attention spans. –Stephen Kearse Source: https://pitchfork.com/features/lists-and-guides/best-songs-2019/