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Madonna Made 'Magic' With William Orbit On M.D.N.A.

Madonna is readying the release of her album M.D.N.A., and for it she headed back into the studio with a familiar face. She hooked up once again with producer William Orbit, who worked on a number of tracks on the album, including her Golden Globe Award-winning 'Masterpiece.'
The relationship between Madonna and Orbit has been a fruitful one. He produced most of the songs on 1998's Ray of Light, including 'Ray of Light,' 'Nothing Really Matters,' 'Frozen' and 'The Power of Good-bye.' The album later won several Grammy Awards and VMAs.
Their work together didn't end there. One year later, they produced Madge's 'Austin Powers' soundtrack song, 'Beautiful Stranger,' which nabbed a Grammy Award in 2000. In the years since, she worked with Orbit on several unreleased tracks.
So, when it came to their latest collaboration, words weren't needed. 'With William, I didn't really have a discussion,' she told MTV News at the New York premiere of 'W.E.' 'We've worked on stuff for so many years that we kind of finish each other's sentences. He knows my taste and what I like.'
With 'Masterpiece' serving as a tease, the singer later added, 'Magic happens when we get into a recording studio together.'
As fans prep for the release of her studio album, they can look forward to her halftime Super Bowl performance and her video for the Martin Solveig-produced 'Gimme All Your Luvin' (which also features Nicki Minaj and M.I.A.).

From MTV.com

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