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Listen to Madonna and Swae Lee duet on sultry new song, ‘Crave’

It’s the third song taken from Madge’s upcoming new album, 'Madame X'

Madonna has released another song from her upcoming album ‘Madame X’ – a duet with Rae Sremmurd’s Swae Lee called ‘Crave’.

The song, described as 'infectious pop', follows on from ‘Medellin’, the first track from ‘Madame X’ which arrived last month, and ‘I Rise’ a politically charged alt-pop track.

The release will be followed by a Jamaican dancehall influenced song ‘Future’, featuring Quavo, which is expected to drop on May 17, and the 'sonically innovative' ‘Dark Ballet’ on June 7.



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On a scale of 1 to 10, 13!
My ears melted when I heard this song.
It's sexy, it has depth, it's complex with continuity.
So glad M is working with others to enhance her creativity.
So glad M is helping others express their creative selves, too.

Andy B

* I HOPE it charts.

Andy B

This song is gorgeous. I got it charts but even if it doesn't, I applaud her. My only criticism is the over use of auto tune and the fake Rhianna accent. But whatever. It's the best thing she's released off Madame X so far.

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