Madonna drops Wild 'Medellín' Music Video from Madame X; First Visual Cut from New Era
Madonna has called her new collection 'Madame X' an arrival "to her roots", where she gives "zero you-know-whats".
The ruler of pop partook in a live Q&A in London today around evening time (April 24) in front of the debut of the video for her most recent single 'Medellín'. One fan on a live TV interface up from São Paulo inquired as to whether the line “Allowed myself to be naïve/To be someone I’ve never been” reflected what ‘Madame X’ “is all about”.
Madonna answered: “What I mean by that line is naive in terms of not caring what people think. I feel like when I started my career, as an artist, I was naive. There was a good thing about being naive because you don’t think about judgment, you don’t think about what people are going to say, or think about what you’re doing, and you’re free and pure in your expression.”
She continued: “I wanted to be able to go back to that time in my life when I was just starting out in New York and I didn’t care what people thought and my music really came without listening to all the noise or recommendations or suggestions, or whatever. That is also the time in my life, when I was 19, when I was given the name Madame X. So the whole story comes full circle.”
After the center had come back to the London studio, have Trevor Nelson lauded Madonna's initial piece of her vocation and how little she thought about what individuals thought of her at that point. “What about now?” she responded. “I still don’t care. Madame X is back to her roots, okay? She doesn’t care. Zero you-know-whats."
Recently, Madonna affirmed the arrival of her new collection following quite a while of mysteries. 'Madame X', her fourteenth studio collection, which is slated to drop on June 14, 2019 and will highlight commitments from any semblance of Migos' Quavo, Rae Sremmurd's Swae Lee, Diplo, and Brazilian artist Anitta.
The star is relied upon to play out another tune at Eurovision 2019 in Israel one month from now. The yearly challenge will occur in Tel Aviv on May 18.
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