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Madonna has christened her final Warner Bros. studio Album 'Licorice' and will release it in Late April.
The news was broken today on former Billboard editor Larry Flick Sirius satellite Radio Show 'OutQ'. He also previewed two songs, 'Candyshop' and 'And the Beat Goes On' that features guest Kanye West.
On the broadcast, Flick also aired two songs from the album, "Candy Shop" and "The Beat Goes On" featuring Pharrell. Both cuts leaked online earlier this year.
Unconfirmed reports say Madonna previewed the album in recent days for Warner Bros. staff members in New York. Kanye West is said to guest on 'The Beat Goes On,' while an older unreleased tune, 'The Devil Wouldn't Recognize You,' appears in a new version.
As previously reported, following 'Licorice' and a greatest hits collection, Madonna will record for Artist Nation, a new initiative launched by concert promoter Live Nation.
The 10-year deal encompasses all of Madonna's future music and music-related businesses, including the exploitation of the Madonna brand, new studio albums, touring, merchandising, fan clubs/Web sites, DVDs, music-related television and film projects and associated sponsorship agreements.

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