After Beyoncé’s surprise move last year and U2’s recent iTunes drop, Radio.com considers six more artists who could possibly surprise us with a new album in 2014.
Diplo worked on Madonna’s new album, which does not yet have a release date.
“One is super weird. Late one night in the studio we got a little bit drunk and she improvised a little hook and we made a song out of it.”
Mark Romanek’s road to Taylor Swift was paved with videos by Michael Jackson, Weezer, Madonna, The Wallflowers, Red Hot Chili Peppers, En Vogue and Fiona Apple.
One quarter of a century ago, before Spotify, before iTunes, before mp3s and Napster and the resurgence of vinyl, way back in the monoculture before YouTube and Twitter, what did 1989 sound like?
Sure, sure, Ariana Grande shares some similarities with Mariah Carey, but when it comes to the pop star’s role models, she says they’re a little more, well, out there.
“I love when an artist gives a producer the confidence he needs to work with them, and Madonna was very, very open-minded to my ideas.”
Madonna has always gone all out in her album and single artwork — and her latest visual is no exception.
Although very little is known about the production, the Diplo revealed he wrote seven songs with the Queen of Pop and one track in particular may raise some eyebrows.
The Material Girl finally has some new material.
They say a picture’s worth a thousand words, but a recent photo of Madonna hanging out with Disclosure backstage at Governors Ball in New York City doesn’t say any of the words you might have originally hoped.
Stars — they hate jury duty and will do anything to get out of it, just like us!
Aristotle once said, “Mothers are fonder than fathers of their children because they are more certain they are their own.” Perhaps this is why female singers seem almost predestined to write the most beautiful songs for their little ones.
Pop divas seem to love working with Diplo almost as much as they love posting about it on Instagram.
Her Instagram career has been floundering, so Madonna is going to get behind the lens of another kind of camera and take a third swing at directing a feature
Madonna, Pussy Riot, Imagine Dragons & Flaming Lips Fight for Freedom at Amnesty International Concert
Pussy Riot looked right at home on the stage shouting at the crowd to fight for freedom, leading the crowd in a chant of “Russia will be free!” before declaring this will only happen if President Vladimir Putin is taken down.