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Diplo confirmed for BBC Radio One that the first single for Madonna’s upcoming album was recorded last week in New York and that she is going to use 5 or 6 songs from the session.
You can listen to the interview bellow, Madonna part starts around 3:30:
Madonna’s been hard at work on her upcoming new album — as evidenced by her prolific posts on Instagram — and is planning for it to be released in 2015, according to a representative.
Among those she’s working with is super-producer Diplo, who has turned up in multiple photos on the diva’s Instagram account. It’s unclear if Diplo (who recently graced the cover of Billboard magazine) is materializing as the album’s primary producer, but it would seem that he could play a significant role in the project.
When asked specifically about Diplo and his involvement in the album, Madonna’s manager Guy Oseary told Billboard, “She’s currently in the studio with Diplo and having a lot of fun,” but didn’t offer any further clues about the project. Alas.
Madonna, Diplo and Scrillex attend Jeremy Scott Spring/Summer Fashion Week After Party at Space Ibiza in New York (September 10 2014)
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Martin confirmed that he worked with Madonna and Natalia Kills on 7 songs.
Listen to the full interview bellow, the Madonna part starts around 27 minutes into the podcast:
Now that Madonna’s daughter is a student at the University of Michigan, sightings of the pop icon around Ann Arbor are inevitable.
Sunday, Madonna and her daughter, Lourdes Ciccone Leon, were spotted dining at Café Felix in Ann Arbor.
The seven-time Grammy winner came in shortly before the dinner rush Sunday and stayed for about an hour, according to David Ambrose, the bar manager at the restaurant at 204 S. Main St.
“She was delightful. She was really low key about it,” Ambrose said.
Madonna was joined by her daughter and a couple other guests who sat in a back booth of the restaurant. Ambrose said the staff was aware Madonna was there, but went out of their way to not draw any attention to the table.
“It’s part of the business,” Ambrose said. “We try to be pretty respectful of that.”
After paying her check, Madonna told the staff that she was very happy with her experience and hinted she would be back.
“That was the coolest part was at the end she said ‘I really enjoyed myself,’” Ambrose said.
As she thanked the staff for their help a few people finally noticed her and began wondering if it was really her.
“They flipped,” Ambrose said about the patrons once they realized it was actually Madonna.