Madonna still undecided about her next single

6 Décembre 2014, 16:07pm

Publié par MadonnaArtVision

According to ThePopZone Site...

An apparently reliable member of the DrownedMadonna and MadonnaNation forums has revealed the following bits of information on what to expect from Madonna's forthcoming album! 

There will be zero collaborations on the album! The track that Diplo did with Madonna & Nicki Minaj will appear on Diplo's album (late 2015). It's called Trust No Bitch and was originally written with Natalia Kills and Martin Kierszenbaum. 

Around 18 tracks will appear on the album. A double album was never considered. Quite a few ballads were recorded: 3 of them are amazing. This is how he describes the overall feel of the album: "There isn't a central theme or sound with this album, it's all encompassing, something for everyone."

There are songs related to the Secret Project. Living For Love has been through many versions, but all of them danceable! He also describes it as an anthem.


According to Madonnarama...

“Messiah” was the first rumoured choice, but “Rebel Heart” and “Bitch I’m Madonna” also popped up quite often. Diplo, on the other hand, has confirmed in various interviews that the single is ready and hinted that it may be “Unapologetic Bitch”.

For now, the top two contenders are “Unapologetic Bitch” and “Living for Love”… but nothing has been decided yet.

Madonna recorded a few “I survived a hard breakup and am stronger for it” anthems, but “Living for Love/Carry on” is probably the most accessible and club friendly one. Definitely a solidly crafted song but musically it’s also a pretty safe choice. It’s one of those well-crafted, emotionally honest songs that sound great in the background while you wait in line at your local Starbucks. This wouldn’t be the same artist that revolutionized the pop music industry with “Music”, “Frozen”, “Justify my Love” or “Die Another Day”.

“Unapologetic Bitch” seems like a much more edgy, unexpected and interesting first single choice. The lyrics are more personal and quite incisive. The catchy electro-pop-reggae tune is more experimental and risky, though we believe it could reach a larger audience.