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Wednesday, 12 February 2014

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Marco

Madonna may still work with Pitbull, Imthink this is the kind of music we'll get soon.

ngl

@Graeme: I agree with your thoughts & sentiments about Madonna's musical career over the recent 14 years.

Madonna's next album will be the 'deal breaker' for me regarding my future following & support of Madonna (after two bad albums in a row). I dearly want her to make a great new album, if not it will be 'the power of goodbye'- I will always cherish her music from the 80's & 90's though.

I wish Madonna was still surrounded by people that were 'real' with her- sadly she has fallen out with a great many people & she has a distorted view of herself, she needs her late 90's humility. I wish Madonna read people's comments on this website, it might give her the wake up she needs.

Graeme

I agree with everyone who has commented on no more rappers and no more EDM! I think when you look back on Madonna's album output, she lost her way from Music onwards. Apart from a few standout tracks, Music was very much 'the Vocoder album' and this followed through style-wise in 'American Life'. COADF was, arguably, the Madonna that many of the fans adoer - plus, for the first time, she attracted new fans (largely due to Hung Up). Then came Hard Candy which, for my money, was a mixed bag for sure, and is probably one of the most disliked albums amongst her fans. We also started getting the rappers arriving. This album also marked a truning point for M's career in the UK - a flop single! (Miles Away, scraping into the UK Top 40 at #39 for one week). Then, for me, the horror of all horrors was released, MDNA! Again, a run of flop singles. MAdonna needs to really put something out of the bag with the new album - I believe and hope she still can.

ngl

Madonna's new album will be copycat EDM, with guest rappers & there will be a Miley Cyrus duet, & she will continue with her bad girl freedom fighter image. This is not what I want, but sadly this is what will happen.

Madonna has only two albums left under her current contract & I doubt she will be signed up by any other label when it expires. Madonna could then self-fund & independently release music- but I doubt she would want to spend her own money on this.

drico

maybe duet with Rihanna ? anyone agree with that ?

tracy

agree!!agree!!agree!!! hated the hard candy album(with the exception of maybe 2/3 songs!!)----NO MORE RAPPERS!!!Madonna---please work with 'up & coming' again--not 'who 13 year olds love'!!! sad-but true--Madonna isn't relevant to the youngsters of today(with the exception of a few-like my daughter who has been raised on Madonna!!)--but none of her class mates really know who she is :( & that is sad.xx

Aware

I knew you didn't have the guts to post my comment. You're a common sheep anyway.

trey

I agree. NO more rappers or hip hop crap.

drico

what I have been waiting to hear finally! =) Yes No rappers please..

Aware

NO MORE COPYCAT EDM!!!

Trish

YES, NO MORE RAPPERS!! ESPECIALLY DRAKE, VOMIT!!

Will

NO MORE RAPPERS!!!

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