Madonna Madame X
American singer and songwriter Madonna, comes with Madame X her fourteenth studio album. Madonna stated that the title is based in a nickname that the legendary Martha Graham gave to her when she was 19 years old.
Review On Madonna Madame X Album Download
The songs that became Madame X actually came together during Madonna’s two years in Portugal, where she decamped in 2017 when her son David enrolled in Benfica’s football academy. Madonna absorbed the local sounds with more of a mature, simpatico rather than asset-stripping eye.
The album begins with Medellín, on which she is joined by the Colombian rapper Maluma. It’s a quirky, low-tempo island song – and very much a Marmite one – designed to get you moving, its “One, two, cha-cha-cha” refrain telling you exactly what to do.
The whole Madame X conceit –
- An international woman of mystery
- Dissipates quickly as this unexpectedly engrossing album goes on.
- Madame X is certainly a fluid album, but one tempered by Madonna’s solid confidence in her own aesthetic decisions.
Madonna Madame X Album16-Track Edition Tracklisting
1. Medellín (with Maluma)
2. Dark Ballet
3. God Control
6. Killers Who Are Partying
7. Crave” (with Swae Lee)
9. Come Alive
10. Extreme Occident
11. Faz Gostoso
12. Bitch I’m Loca (featuring Maluma)
13. I Don’t Search I Find
14. Looking For Mercy
15. I Rise
16. Medellin with Maluma (Offer Nissim Madame X In The Sphinx)