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Madonna Drops ‘Future,’ New Song With Quavo

Madonna has dropped the fourth song from 'Madame X,' her forthcoming album, a reggae-flavored duet with Migos’ Quavo called 'Future.' The pair previously collaborated on 'Champagne Rose,' a song from his solo debut, 'Quavo Huncho.' Previous songs released from the album include the Maluma duet 'Medellin,' the Swae Lee duet 'Crave,' and the ballad 'I Rise.' One more song will be released before the album’s June 14 drop date: 'Dark Ballet' on June 7.

Late Thursday it was announced that Madonna’s controversial performance at the Eurovision song awards in Israel - which had been marred by pro-Palestinian protests and reports of contractual issues - will take place Saturday night after all.

The 15-track 'Madame X' celebrates Madonna’s career-long affair with Latin music and culture as well as other global influences. Singing in Portuguese, Spanish and English, Madonna collaborated on “Madame X’ with longtime producer Mirwais, as well as with producers Mike Dean and Diplo, among others.

From Variety.com

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