Dub Version of Madonna’s new Single “Hung Up” was premiered today on Sirius Internet Radio and later on BBC Radio One.
The Beastie Boys have been defending their 24th anniversary Greatest Hits release, and talking about their next studio album with a challenge to the Queen of Pop.
“We don’t put out records too often, and we’ve been doing it for a while, so that puts us in a high-risk category for rumours,” Mike D continued. “So here’s what I’m going to do. I’m issuing a challenge to Madonna.
“She’s coming out with an album soon [“~Confessions on a Dancefloor’], and we can’t compete with that, but we’re going to compete with the one after that. We’re going to go head-to-head with the next Madonna album. By that time we’ll be ready. Maybe.”
The Beastie Boys release “~Solid Gold Hits’ on November 8.
source : xfm
Superstar Madonna could find herself on the wrong side of the law, as she has managed to notch up over £2500 in parking fines… while she goes to the gym.
According to witnesses, she arrives for her twice-weekly visits to fitness specialist James D’Silva’s London studios in a chauffeur-driven car, which then waits for her on a single yellow line while she works out, earning its owner a parking ticket. The star had started mountain biking to the gym to avoid the tickets, but following her recent riding accident, she has been forced to use her car once again.
She has apparently been ticketed over 50 times, racking up at least £2500 in fines. Westminster City Council have defended their actions, saying that anyone who parks illegally will be fined.
source : sofeminine
…The buzz is that Madonna’s documentary, “I’m Going to Tell You a Secret,” may debut on MTV…
source : msnbc
from DrownedMadonna :
November 3rd – MTV European Music Awards in Lisbon
November 5th – Wetten, Dass..? in Germany
November 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 – Various TV Shows / Small Gigs in Europe
November 14 – Album launch in England / performance to be announced
With a deal between music label Warner Music Ireland and mobile operator Vodafone Ireland, Vodafone customers can avail of Ireland’s first sneak preview of Madonna’s new single, Hung Up, three weeks before the global radio release of the track.
Madonna’s album, ‘Confessions on a Dance Floor’ is due for worldwide release on the 14 November. Warner Music Ireland has made an exclusive realtone available to Vodafone customers who will be amongst the first to listen to the track, ‘Hung Up’. This is the first time Warner Music Ireland has launched a single exclusively as a realtone prior to the official radio release.
Vodafone Ireland customers can also choose from a collection of ten classic Madonna hits including ‘Like a Virgin’, ‘Ray of Light’ and ‘La Isla Bonita’ available as realtones.
Full track music downloads from the upcoming ‘Confessions on a Dance Floor’ album will be added to the Madonna collection to download from Access Music on the Vodafone live portal at the time of the album launch in November.
Realtones from the exclusive Madonna collection cost €5 per track.
source : dmeurope
Madonna is to launch her new album with live shows in Japan – her first trip to the country in 20 years.
Confessions On A Dancefloor is out next year and the Japanese concerts will also herald a mammoth world tour.
source : thesun.co.uk
Madonna.com is pleased to confirm that the video director for Hung Up is Johan Renck. Hung Up is the first single off of Madonna’s highly anticipated all dance album, Confessions on a Dancefloor.