It’s countdown time for the release of Madonna’s new album “Madame X”, which will be available on streaming platforms worldwide on June 14th. Ahead of the release, the material girl is on the cover of french magazine Têtu talking about her new era.
Elaborating on “Madame X”, Madonna claims she is “frightened” by the current global political scenario and hopes to inspire people to act: “All those feelings you mentioned. I’m scared. Frightened by so many things going on in this world. As you are I’m sure. But I’m also optimistic. I think the future is full of possibilities. And I hope I was able to channel my anger and my rage in order to create a music full of joy,” she said.
For the singer, “Madame X” is her most political record since “American Life”, released in 2003 during George W. Bush’s presidency in the United States. “To me, in many ways, this album is the continuation of “American Life,” she explained.
So far, Madonna has released four tracks from “Madame X”: “Crave”, “Future”, “I Rise” and the lead single featuring Maluma “Medellín”.