Madonna very recently became the first artist to top Billboard’s Dance Club Songs chart for the 50th time. Not only is that an achievement in itself, but it also makes her the first and only recording artist to have 50 chart-topping singles on any Billboard chart.
She marks the occasion with two new compilations: “Finally Enough Love: 50 Number Ones”, a new collection of 50 tracks containing her greatest remixes of her dance classics, and a shortened version of 16 tracks simply called “Finally Enough Love”.
The collections are the first to be released under Madonna’s recently announced deal with Warner Music Group, which will include a comprehensive series of catalog releases spanning her career.
“50 Number Ones” is approximately 220 minutes long and features dozens of remixes from top producers such as Shep Pettibone, William Orbit, Honey Dijon and Avicii, as well as rarities, over 20 of which are making their commercial/digital debut. Mike Dean, who produced Madonna’s last two studio albums, “Rebel Heart” and “Madame X”, restored each remix for the collection.
The collection will be released digitally on August 19, as well as on limited edition 3-CD and 6-LP red and black vinyl.
The 16-track version, titled “Finally Enough Love,” will be available for streaming on June 24, followed by a 1-CD and a 180-gram 2-LP on August 19.
For the first time ever, the “You Can Dance Remix Edit” of “Into the Groove” is available digitally today.
The announcement concluded with “Expect more surprises to be revealed later this year around Madonna’s 40th anniversary celebration in music.”
The Queen of Pop curated the remix compilation, which features unreleased material and tracks having their digital or commercial debuts.
The singer is undoubtedly unpredictable.
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Madonna joined 28-year-old Maluma on stage earlier this week for her long-awaited Medallo en el Mapa comeback at Medelln’s Atanasio Girardot Stadium to sing their duet “Medelln” and Madonna’s 2000 song “Music.”
“Thank you, Medellín. So glad to be back,” the superstar said after giving the reggaeton sensation a brief dance tour on stage during the 2012 MDNA tour.
In a previous interview with Rolling Stone in October 2021, Maluma said that Madonna “influenced [his] vision in many ways. »
“I’m still young and still learning a lot about this industry and my career, but it was an important thing to have more confidence in myself,” he told Madonna. “Ever since I met you, it’s something I always do, and I really appreciate it. Well done.”
Madonna, who performed alongside Maluma at the 2019 Billboard Music Awards, passed on some wisdom.
“I hope after working with me you started paying more attention to lighting and costumes and things like that,” she said, to which Maluma confirmed that he had, in fact, already begun to do so.
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