She’s still the queen of the disco
Whilst Madonna has been making the headlines for her rural family life with film director Guy Richie and children Lourdes and Rocco, she’s had her hot new album and latest incarnation as dancefloor diva on the backburner.
Madonna Louise Ciccone has been one of the major movers in the music industry for over 20 years with her ability to shake up pop music by working with the hottest producers, writers, stylists and image makers to produce her unique sound and look.
Her latest stirring is no exception and shows that the queen of pop has by no means hung up her dance shoes and is no doubt set to be a huge success.
Described as the ultimate disco record, Madonna says she wants people to jump out of their seats saying: “My record is about having a good time straight through and non stop.” She then describes the 12 delicious tunes on her album of pure ‘unapologetic’ dance music.
“She has a dance halo over her head” says Madonna’s co-producer and partner in crime, Grammy-award winner Stuart Price. “It’s in her blood. The music came straight from the gut – no preconceived notions – unencumbered – not over edited – just very spontaneous. We sat in my little studio at home and the songs just flowed very quickly,” concluded Price.
With one foot in the early roots of her career as a “dance artist” and the other foot planted firmly into the sound of “future disco”, Madonna returns to the clubs with a vengeance “Confessions On A Dance Floor” is scheduled to be released on Warner Bros. Records, November l5th, 2005. The album’s first single Hung Up is scheduled to be released on November 7th.