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Madonna Introduces New Album 'Madame X'

Monday, 15 April 2019 Written by Laura Johnson

Madonna has announced her new album.

Following a series of teasers on social media, the legendary pop act has revealed that her new record will be called 'Madame X'.

It will mark her first full-length since 2015's 'Rebel Heart', which she supported with a world tour that led to a live album and concert film.

UPDATE: The first single from 'Madame X' will arrive on April 17 and is called Medellin. It's a collaboration with Colombian reggaeton singer and songwriter Maluma.





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