Update #2 - Interviewed by Mojo magazine, Madonna opened up about her past experiences with drugs. she says...
I have to say the best experience I’ve ever had was when I had to take morphine in a hospital, when I had two caesareans.
Oh and also I fell off a horse and broke 10 bones and I got morphine then too, and, well, that’s just a wonderful feeling. But then after 24 hours, the nurses stop giving it to you and the pain comes crashing back in.
So that’s probably the nicest thing I’ve ever experienced drug-wise. That was doctor’s orders…but I could see how people would get addicted to heroin. Deadly.
Madonna has collabored with Ariel Pink of her new album. She tells...
He’s a crazy person. I never met him. I never considered working with him. I don’t know where he got that idea. It’s possible somebody brought his name along with a million other names to me as people to write with. But I never stopped at his name, considered him and then said no.
Update #1 - In the interview given to MOJO, Madonna admits she loves the leaked version of Living For Love! Here’s the extract taken by the magazine...
MOJO hears two versions of her return single, Living For Love — the first stripped and harking back to deep house 1989-style, the second more layered with EDM synth figures. Asked by the singer which we prefer, we choose the first and receive a hug as reward. "That’s my favourite too," she beams "it’s cool as fuck."
UK are you ready ? Madonna is back with her "Rebel Heart" upcoming album and she is photographed by Mert & Marcus for MOJO UK Magazine! The magazine on sale January 27th.
Madonna has opened up for the first time about her expansive career in the music industry as she reveals all in the latest issue of MOJO magazine.Her 13th album, ‘Rebel Heart’, features a number of collaborators including Kanye West, who Madge had only kind words to speak of.
Madonna told MOJO…
I like that [Kany West] likes to push the envelope. He hears music in a different and unique way.
I think Diplo’s the same. I like people who think outside the box ‘cos they take a song I’ve written that’s quite straightforward and pop and deconstruct it. Rip it apart and turn it into something else.
All my friends were DJs so I wanted my records to sound like what I wanted to dance to.
I would go to clubs and I would listen to what would make me dance. And then I would go back and I would work on my music. I mean, I was influenced by Debbie Harry, Talking Heads, The B-52’s. So to me the line was very blurred between what I was working on and what I was dancing to.
Mojo magazine on sale Jan27th! @MOJOmagazine #rebelheart