In the booth with the one and only @madonna
Recording studio have me feeling like…………..#werkingb*tch
I guess stripey knit dresses were all the rage! I don’t look too happy about mine! #unapologeticteenager
Planning my wardrobe for the day. I’m goin in! #dressforsuccess
Anonymous producer Sophie has been one of 2014’s most talked-about names. Between big, boundary-pushing tracks like Bipp and this year’s underground hit Lemonade, the association with love-it-or-loathe-it label PC Music and the debut Australian tour this December, he – well, we think it’s a he – has been one of the most exciting new names around.
And now, we’ve got the word on Sophie’s next collaborator: dance music hitmaker Diplo. Speaking to inthemix last week, Diplo revealed that he and the mystery producer have been making music together. “You’d be surprised…me and Sophie did a bunch of stuff together,” the Mad Decent head told us, adding that a pair of popstars are in the mix too. “We’re going to be releasing it. I did a record that was literally Sophie and Madonna and Nicki Minaj.”
Surprise visitor in the studio today! #thefunhasjustbegun
B*tch I might be @analprobehearts #windthatsh*tdown
Jeremy Scott talks about his new book and Madonna for New York Magazine:
In the acknowledgments of this book, you thank Madonna for teaching you about being a Leo. What did she teach you?
She very astutely pointed out, when she realized that I was a Leo as she is, that we have a hard time asking for people’s help. Even in the most small way, it’s very difficult. She helped me get better about it, because I didn’t realize how bad I was about asking for people to help in any kind of way, because I guess we’re fiercely independent and feel like we have to do things on our own or whatever. But I’ve been better about realizing that it’s fine, I’m human, I can ask for people’s help, and it’s not a bad thing. So she definitely helped, and I’ll remember it all the time. There will be things where I’ll be all clammed up inside, and it’s like, It’s okay, you can ask.
Yeah, remember what Madonna taught you.