More tracks revealed on Madonna's new album!

Madonna new album's Producers and collaborators:
Madonna, Avicii, Diplo, Natalia Kills, Martin Kierszenbaum, S1, Toby Gad, MoZella, MNEK and even Pharrell
Fansite Madonnarama confirm that Madonna has already recorded over 40 different songs in various styles for her upcoming album. Madonnarama been able to have a first listen to multiple tracks from various recording sessions from Skype chat with a mysterious anonymous contact.
Here are some of those tracks:
Addicted/The One That Got Away
This mid-tempo track includes both the electric and acoustic guitar on a totally infectious electro beat. Madonna/Avicii
Autotune Baby
A catchy tune, collaboration with Diplo.
It starts off with the sound of a crying baby and a rattle, which slowly gets autotuned creating the base sample for the rest of the song, until Madonna starts singing.
Beautiful Scars
A sweet mid-tempo song. This is a cool pop song about the beauty of being imperfect.
Bitch, I’m Madonna
Madonna’s work with Diplo. A trap/electro pop.
Body Shop
Madonna/Toby/Mozella/S1 sessions with Natalia Kills and Martin Kierszenbaum
Devil Prays
A 70ies country folk, in the most delightful way. It has a kind of “Woodstock festival” era feel to it, but still remains very modern.
Holy Water
Penned by Madonna, Martin Kierszenbaum and Natalia Kills, “Holy Water” is basically a shameless song about enjoying the pleasures of oral sex on the receiving end.
Madonna/Toby/Mozella/S1 sessions with Natalia Kills and Martin Kierszenbaum
This song is a mix of various styles and can best be described as acoustic meets electronic.
Co-penned by Toby, Mozella and S1.
Inside Out
Joan of Ark
Madonna/Toby/Mozella/S1 sessions with Natalia Kills and Martin Kierszenbaum
Living for Love/Carry On
A snappy track about the sanctity of survival, using a luminescent collection of escalating 90s influenced tempos. Madonna/Diplo
Rebel Heart
A catchy beat and prominent acoustic guitar sound, the mid-tempo produced by Avicii.
Unapologetic Bitch
The reggae-influenced track has a strong statement about Madonna taking responsibility for being considered a bitch because sometimes you have to call it like it is.
Veni Vedi Vici
Wash all over me
For more reviews and details on new songs from Madonna’s upcoming album, check out Madonnarama's post HERE.



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