The 56-year-old singer's unveiling of the track list for her latest studio album revealed some rather surprising collaborations to say the least.
Madonna released the official track list for her latest studio album 'Rebel Heart' on iTunes Monday (Jan 19th), and it is fair to say there is more than a few surprises amongst the nineteen songs, mainly due to the choice of her collaborators.
Madonna's 'Rebel Heart' track list reveals some unexpected collaborations
Due to the 56-year-old singer releasing six tracks early last month, after several of her demos leaked online, her fans already knew that Nicki Minaj featured on the track 'B***h I'm Madonna,' but the new track list also revealed she required the assistant of other hip-hop stars.
Legendary New York MC Nas collaborates with Madonna on the song 'Veni Vedi Vici,' but more surprisingly Chance the Rapper features with former professional heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson on 'Iconic.'
Having been first promoted since early 2014, 'Rebel Heart' is scheduled to be released on March 9, 2015, by Interscope Records, and the album's lead single 'Living for Love' will be performed by Madonna at next month's Grammy Awards.
Below is the full track list for 'Rebel Heart.'
1. Living for Love
2. Devil Pray
4. Unapologetic Bitch
6. Bitch I'm Madonna (feat. Nicki Minaj)
7. Hold Tight
8. Joan of Arc
9. Iconic (feat. Chance the Rapper and Mike Tyson)
11. Body Shop
12. Holy Water
13. Inside Out
14. Wash All Over Me
15. Best Night
16. Veni Vedi Vici (feat. Nas)
19. Rebel Heart
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