As rumoured, Live Nation and Interscope Records are taking Superstar in consideration as Madonna's next single.
Last months we reported that, besides Turn Up The Radio, Madonna wanted to release Gang Bang. Now we hear that, also due to the Bravo campaign in the USA, Superstar is being taken in consideration.
But most of all, we heard that there are already Official Remixes that have been done for Superstar.
DrownedMadonna.com learnt that Bimbo Jones and Eddie Amador did official remixes for Madonna's Superstar.
Last night Madonna performed her first sing Everybody, which was released exactly 30 years ago on October 6 1983, during her MDNA show in San Jose.
Monte Pittman, Madonna’s guitar player and guitar teacher, has submitted his remix of Bon Iver’s song “Calgary” to the indabamusic.com contest. MDNA Tour band mate Brian Frasier-Moore is on drums and Monte plays guitar.
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A 30 seconds preview of Madonna's Turn Up The Radio video will be available today, as revealed by MadonnaTribe.com. The music video directed by Tom Munro will premiere on VEVO next Monday, July 16.
As for the remixes, as you already know,the first batch from Europe are R3HAB, Leo Zero, Marco V and Richard Vission. But we have been told that there are more on the way that Interscope is finishing.
DrownedMadonna.com learned that Madonna's Gang Bang is going to be a single in the summer time!
We are very happy to hear it, since Gang Bang, along with all William Orbit's stuff, is one of the best songs from MDNA.
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After being invited to give her choice as part of HMV's "My Inspiration" campaign, Madonna cited the line "Jesus died for somebody's sins, but not mine", which Patti Smith added to Gloria originally written by Van Morris and recorded by Them, as her key inspiration. The almost six-minute version of Gloria is featured on Smith's 1975 debut Horses.
Madonna has long been known for her references to religion throughout her work and her friendship with Patti Smith recently made the headlines.
Madonna was the the 300th artist to take part to the HMV campaign that began in 2006 when David Bowie selected a line from Syd Barrett's song Gigolo Aunt. Sir Paul McCartney, Bob Dylan and Lady Gaga are among the other names to have taken part.
HMV spokesman Gennaro Castaldo said: "We've been honoured to have some truly legendary artists take part in recent years, but we're particularly proud and thrilled that Madonna has agreed to participate to celebrate our 300th landmark.
"Naturally we were really intrigued to learn her choice, but should have guessed that, in Patti Smith, she'd go for another artist who has rewritten the rules and, in Gloria, a song that makes a powerful statement."
Britney Spears tweeted Madonna to congrat for her MDNA album. "Love the new album - every single song is incredible," writes Britney. "Congrats girl!"
"Please come on stage and kiss me again. I miss you!!" Madonna replied.
Last night Madonna tweeted to Lionel Richie to congrat for his 2nd position on the Billboard Album chart in the USA. "Congrats on a successful record. To the other Ritchie in my life," tweeted Madonna.
And Lionel Richie replied: "There is no one I would rather be on top with. Congratulations!! I am so happy for you."
"What's going on family? Can you believe we are sitting on the top of the charts together again?" tweeted Lionel Richie. And Madonna tweeted back: "Every dog has its day. Remember when we were neighbors?"
Madonna was surprised yesterday, when she went to the rehearsals for her upcoming tour. "Everyone hid in the band room to surprise and celebrate her MDNA #1 album," tweeted Guy Oseary. "She had no idea the album was #1."
"I'm a happy girl," Madonna tweeted a few hours ago.
Madonna scores her eighth No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 chart with the debut of her MDNA, while Lionel Richie's all-star country collaborations covers album Tuskegee bows in the runner-up slot -- his highest-charting album since 1986.
Madonna MDNA sold 359,000 copies according to Nielsen SoundScan, meanwhile, Richie's Tuskegee starts with 199,000.
MDNA is Madonna's fifth straight studio album to debut at No. 1. It follows 2008's Hard Candy, which moved 280,000 in its first week. MDNA's opener is her best sales week since 2000's Music shifted 420,000 when it debuted at No. 1. Madonna remains in second place among women with the most No. 1 albums. She now needs only one more No. 1 to tie Barbra Streisand, the leader among women with nine chart-toppers.