Madonna has announced that she will be returning to the studio to work on new materials for her back catalogue of work, including the tracks from the classic albums that she recorded with her husband and collaborator, Guy Ritchie. The multi-million selling pop star made the announcement at the launch of the UK’s Official Chart Awards, which were held in London’s O2 Arena Wednesday evening.
Madonna is the highest-paid female musician in the world, and she’s using her position to help support popular music. The singer has signed a deal with Warner Music Group to release a series of greatest hits albums, and she’ll be remastering the sound of her eight-album catalog. According to the Wall Street Journal, Madonna will release the first volume of her “Greatest Hits” collection in 2018 and subsequent volumes every two years thereafter.
Madonna has signed a new deal with US-based streaming service Spotify to add four of her iconic albums to the streaming service. The deal will make the US-based streaming service the exclusive home of seven Madonna albums, including her self-titled international debut album, Ray of Light, the one-off album I’m Breathless, her compilation album The Immaculate Collection, her greatest hits album Celebration and her Latin album Drowned World: Rising.
On her 63rd birthday, Madonna revealed some exciting news with her fans (Photo: Evan Agostini/Invision/AP, File).
On her 63rd birthday, Madonna revealed a new music contract that would see her revisit some of her best-loved old albums.
As part of a restored relationship with her former longstanding record company Warner Work Group, who released her first song in 1982, the pop diva will release deluxe versions of her music.
The contract includes Madonna’s 17 studio albums, as well as singles, soundtrack recordings, live albums, and anthologies, and includes worldwide successes including Madonna, Like A Virgin, and Like A Prayer.
The new deal covers the singer’s songs from Sire, Maverick, and Warner labels, as well as her three most recent studio albums, MDNA, Rebel Heart, and Madame X, which will be added to the Warner library in 2025.
With more than 300 million albums sold worldwide, the Grammy, Brit, and Ivor Novello award-winning singer is the best-selling female artist of all time.
She was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2008.
‘Since the very beginning, Warner Music Group has helped deliver my music and vision to all of my fans across the globe with the greatest care and attention,’ Madonna said of the agreement.
‘They’ve been fantastic collaborators, and I’m thrilled to be starting this new chapter with them to commemorate my 40-year catalog.’
Madonna’s recording debut will be 40 years old in 2022, and to commemorate the occasion, she wants to revisit the song that catapulted her to worldwide stardom.
This initiative will include specially selected deluxe versions of several of Madonna’s classic albums, as well as one-of-a-kind releases for special occasions.
Madonna will celebrate her 40th year in the music industry next year (photo credit: bravoandy/Instagram).
‘Over the past 30 years, I’ve been fortunate enough to meet and spend time with many of Madonna’s incredible fans, and this new partnership will bring to fruition what so many of them have been patiently waiting for: a celebration of her groundbreaking catalog,’ Guy Oseary, Madonna’s longtime manager who helped execute the deal, said in a statement.
‘With Warner Music Group, my collaborator Sara Zambreno and I are working closely to breathe fresh life into these classic compositions.’
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Meanwhile, Madame X, a documentary film shot in Lisbon and documenting the pop star’s tour in support of her new album of the same name, will air on MTV in the UK later this year.
The pop artist has also requested that friends and fans adopt a bed at the Mercy James Centre hospital in Malawi, where children may recover from surgery or regain strength after intensive care.
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