Madonna’s ‘Madame X’ is brilliantly bizarre (Album Review)

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The Queen of Pop is back with a bizarre 15-track record, based on an identity-shifting secret agent who fights against the world’s injustices. Yes, seriously.   Each track takes inspiration from musical influences from across the globe. One minute you’re listening to a Latin-infused song with a catchy trap beat, the next you’re onto a Bohemian Rhapsody-esque tune which whisks into Tchaikovsky’s ‘Nutcracker’, before bowing out with Madonna uttering a spoken word verse as she blows softly like the wind. Weirdly, it all works wonderfully. This is the voice of an artist who has something […]

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