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Madonna Shares New Song “Future” (Feat. Quavo)

Madame X Due Out June 14 via Live Nation/Interscope/Maverick

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Madonna is releasing a new album, Madame X, on June 14 via Live Nation/Interscope/Maverick. Now she has shared another song from it, “Future,” which features Quavo. It was co-produced by Diplo. Listen below.

Madonna had this to say about “Future” in a press release: “It’s a song about the world that we live in today and the future of our civilization.”

Previously Madonna shared Madame X‘s first single, “Medellín,” which features Columbian reggaeton star Maluma. Then she shared another new song from the album, “I Rise,” which opens with a sample of a speech by Emma González, a survivor of the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting. She also announced some intimate concert residencies for this fall. Then she shared another song from it, “Crave,” which features Swae Lee.

Madame X is the 1980s icon’s fourteenth studio album, the follow-up to 2015’s Rebel Heart. Madonna has been living in Lisbon, Portugal for the last several years, which influenced the album. It thus features lyrics sung in Portuguese, Spanish, and English. Mirwais produced the album, which also features production work from Mike Dean and Diplo, among others.

Madonna had this to say about the album in a previous press release: Lisbon is where my record was born. I found my tribe there and a magical world of incredible musicians that reinforced my belief that music across the world is truly all connected and is the soul of the universe.”

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Madrid man
May 24th 2019

They are single, have raised their families and both are extremely active, busy women who just don’t want the complications of having a man in their lives all of the time.