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After stars reach a certain point, it's easy to forget what they became famous for and concentrate solely on their personas. Madonna is such a star. She rocketed to stardom so quickly in 1984 that it obscured most of her musical virtues. Appreciating her music became even more difficult as the decade wore on, as discussing her lifestyle became more common. However, one of Madonna's greatest achievements is how she has manipulated the media and the public with her music, her videos, her publicity, and her sexuality. Arguably, Madonna was the first female pop star to have complete control of her music and image.

She moved from her native Michigan to New York in 1977 with dreams of becoming a ballet dancer. She studied with choreographer Alvin Ailey and modeled. In 1979, she became part of the Patrick Hernandez Revue, a disco outfit that had the hit "Born to Be Alive." She traveled to Paris with Hernandez; it was there that she met Dan Gilroy, who would soon become her boyfriend. Upon returning to New York, the pair formed the Breakfast Club, a pop/dance group. Madonna originally played drums for the band, but she soon became the lead singer. In 1980, she left the band and formed Emmy with her former boyfriend, drummer Stephen Bray. Soon, Bray and Madonna broke off from the group and began working on some dance/disco-oriented tracks. A demo tape of these tracks worked its way to Mark Kamins, a New York-based DJ/producer. Kamins directed the tape to Sire Records, which signed the singer in 1982.

Kamins produced Madonna's first single, "Everybody," which became a club and dance hit at the end of 1982; her second single, 1983's "Physical Attraction," was another club hit. In June of 1983, she had her third club hit with the bubbly "Holiday," which was produced by Jellybean Benitez. Madonna's self-titled debut album was released in September of 1983; "Holiday" became her first Top 40 hit the following month. "Borderline" became her first Top Ten hit in March of 1984, beginning a remarkable string of 17 consecutive Top Ten hits. While "Lucky Star" was climbing to number four, Madonna began working on her first starring role in a feature film, Susan Seidelman's Desperately Seeking Susan.

Madonna's second album, the Nile Rodgers-produced Like a Virgin, was released at the end of 1984. The title track hit number one in December, staying at the top of the charts for six weeks; it was the start of a whirlwind year for the singer. During 1985, Madonna became an international celebrity, selling millions of records on the strength of her stylish, sexy videos and forceful personality. After "Material Girl" became a number two hit in March, Madonna began her first tour, supported by the Beastie Boys. "Crazy for You" became her second number one single in May. Desperately Seeking Susan was released in July, becoming a box office hit; it also prompted a planned video release of A Certain Sacrifice, a low-budget erotic drama she filmed in 1979. A Certain Sacrifice wasn't the only embarrassing skeleton in the closet dragged into the light during the summer of 1985 -- both Playboy and Penthouse published nude photos of Madonna that she posed for in 1977. Nevertheless, her popularity continued unabated, with thousands of teenage girls adopting her sexy appearance, being dubbed "Madonna wannabes." In August, she married actor Sean Penn.

Madonna began collaborating with Patrick Leonard at the beginning of 1986; Leonard would co-write most of her biggest hits in the '80s, including "Live to Tell," which hit number one in June of 1986. A more ambitious and accomplished record than her two previous albums, True Blue was released the following month, to both more massive commercial success (it was a number one in both the U.S. and the U.K., selling over five million copies in America alone) and critical acclaim. "Papa Don't Preach" became her fourth number one hit in the U.S. While her musical career was thriving, her film career took a savage hit with the November release of Shanghai Surprise. Starring Madonna and Penn, the comedy received terrible reviews, which translated into disastrous box office returns.

At the beginning of 1987, she had her fifth number one single with "Open Your Heart," the third number one from True Blue alone. The title cut from the soundtrack of her third feature film, Who's That Girl?, was another chart-topping hit, although the film itself was another box office bomb. 1988 was a relatively quiet year for Madonna as she spent the first half of the year acting in David Mamet's Speed the Plow on Broadway. In the meantime, she released the remix album You Can Dance. After withdrawing the divorce papers she filed at the beginning of 1988, she divorced Penn at the beginning of 1989.

Like a Prayer, released in the spring of 1989, was her most ambitious and far-reaching album, incorporating elements of pop, rock, and dance. It was another number one hit and launched the number one title track as well as "Express Yourself," "Cherish," and "Keep It Together," three more Top Ten hits. In April 1990, she began her massive Blonde Ambition tour, which ran throughout the entire year. "Vogue" became a number one hit in May, setting the stage for her co-starring role in Warren Beatty's Dick Tracy; it was her most successful film appearance since Desperately Seeking Susan. Madonna released a greatest-hits album, The Immaculate Collection, at the end of the year. It featured two new songs, including the number one single "Justify My Love," which sparked another controversy with its sexy video; the second new song, "Rescue Me," became the highest-debuting single by a female artist in U.S. chart history, entering the charts at number 15. Truth or Dare, a documentary of the Blonde Ambition tour, was released to positive reviews and strong ticket sales in the spring of 1991.

Madonna returned to the charts in the summer of 1992 with the number one "This Used to Be My Playground," a single featured in the film A League of Their Own, which featured the singer in a small part. Later that year, Madonna released Sex, an expensive, steel-bound soft-core pornographic book that featured hundreds of erotic photographs of herself, several models, and other celebrities -- including Isabella Rossellini, Big Daddy Kane, Naomi Campbell, and Vanilla Ice -- as well as selected prose. Sex received scathing reviews and enormous negative publicity, yet that didn't stop the accompanying album, Erotica, from selling over two million copies. Bedtime Stories, released two years later, was a more subdued affair than Erotica. Initially, it didn't chart as impressively, prompting some critics to label her a has-been, yet the album spawned her biggest hit, "Take a Bow," which spent seven weeks at number one. It also featured the Björk-penned "Bedtime Stories," which became her first single not to make the Top 40; its follow-up, "Human Nature," also failed to crack the Top 40. Nevertheless, Bedtime Stories marked her seventh album to go multi-platinum.

Beginning in 1995, Madonna began one of her most subtle image makeovers as she lobbied for the title role in the film adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Evita. Backing away from the overt sexuality of Erotica and Bedtime Stories, Madonna recast herself as an upscale sophisticate, and the compilation Something to Remember fit into the plan nicely. Released in the fall of 1995, around the same time she won the coveted role of Evita Peron, the album was comprised entirely of ballads, designed to appeal to the mature audience that would also be the target of Evita. As the filming was completed, Madonna announced she was pregnant and her daughter, Lourdes, was born late in 1996, just as Evita was scheduled for release. The movie was greeted with generally positive reviews and Madonna began a campaign for an Oscar nomination that resulted in her winning the Golden Globe for Best Actress (Musical or Comedy), but not the coveted Academy Award nomination. The soundtrack for Evita, however, was a modest hit, with a dance remix of "Don't Cry for Me Argentina" and the newly written "You Must Love Me" both becoming hits.

During 1997, she worked with producer William Orbit on her first album of new material since 1994's Bedtime Stories. The resulting release, Ray of Light, was heavily influenced by electronica, techno, and trip-hop, thereby updating her classic dance-pop sound for the late '90s. Ray of Light received uniformly excellent reviews upon its March 1998 release and debuted at number two on the charts. Within a month, the record was shaping up to be her biggest album since Like a Prayer. Two years later she returned with Music, which reunited her with Orbit and also featured production work from Mark "Spike" Stent and Mirwais, a French electro-pop producer/musician in the vein of Daft Punk and Air.

The year 2000 also saw the birth of Madonna's second child, Rocco, whom she had with filmmaker Guy Ritchie; the two married at the very end of the year. With Ritchie as director and Madonna as star, the pair released a remake of the film Swept Away in 2002; the movie didn't fare well with critics or at the box office. Her sober 2003 album, American Life, fared better but at platinum, it was her lowest-selling album in the US to date. That same year also saw the release of Madonna's successful children's book, The English Roses, which was followed by several more novels in future years.

Confessions on a Dance Floor marked her return to music, specifically to the dance-oriented material that had made her a star. Released in late 2005, the album topped the Billboard 200 chart and was accompanied by a world-wide tour in 2006, the same year that I'm Going to Tell You a Secret, a CD/DVD made during her Re-Invention Tour, came out. In 2007, Madonna released another CD/DVD set, The Confessions Tour, this time chronicling her tour of the same name.

She inched closer to the completion of her Warner Bros. contract with 2008's Hard Candy, featuring collaborations with the Neptunes and Timbaland. As poorly received as it was, the bold album boasted a Top Five hit in "4 Minutes," and it was supported with the Sticky & Sweet Tour, which concluded in September 2009 (a month prior to her filing for divorce from Ritchie) and produced yet another CD/DVD package, released in 2010. It was her final Warner Bros. release and set the stage for her long-term recording deal with Live Nation.

Madonna began work on her 12th album midway through 2011, with the goal of releasing it early in 2012. The subsequent full-length, MDNA, featured production from French electronic musician and DJ Martin Solveig, as well as longtime collaborator Orbit. The album's title, an abbreviation of Madonna's name, appeared on the heels of her performance at the 2012 Super Bowl. Preceded by the Top Ten single "Give Me All Your Luvin'" (featuring Nicki Minaj and M.I.A.), MDNA debuted at number one across the world, including the U.S. and U.K. Her MDNA Tour took up the rest of the year, as she performed in Europe, the Middle East, North America, and South America. She filmed a concert special, and also released the live album MDNA World Tour in September 2013. At the beginning of 2014, Madonna announced that she was starting work on her 13th studio album. Taking to social media to capture the process, she revealed that recording sessions with the likes of Avicii, Diplo, and Kanye West had taken place. Excerpts from the sessions leaked toward the end of 2014, forcing Madonna to release a digital teaser EP by the end of the year, but the full release of Rebel Heart came in March 2015. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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Selected Discography


Track List: MDNA World Tour

1. Virgin Mary (Intro) (MDNA World Tour - Live 2012)

2. Girl Gone Wild (MDNA World Tour - Live 2012)

3. Revolver (MDNA World Tour - Live 2012)

4. Gang Bang (MDNA World Tour - Live 2012)

5. Papa Don't Preach (MDNA World Tour - Live 2012)

6. Hung Up (MDNA World Tour - Live 2012)

7. I Don't Give A (MDNA World Tour - Live 2012)

8. Best Friend (Video Interlude) (MDNA World Tour - Live 2012)

9. Express Yourself (MDNA World Tour - Live 2012)

10. Give Me All Your Luvin' (MDNA World Tour - Live 2012)

11. Turn Up The Radio (MDNA World Tour - Live 2012)

12. Open Your Heart (MDNA World Tour - Live 2012)

13. Masterpiece (MDNA World Tour - Live 2012)

14. Justify My Love (Video Interlude) (MDNA World Tour - Live 2012)

15. Vogue (MDNA World Tour - Live 2012)

16. Erotic Candy Shop (MDNA World Tour - Live 2012)

17. Human Nature (MDNA World Tour - Live 2012)

18. Like A Virgin Waltz (MDNA World Tour - Live 2012)

19. Love Spent (MDNA World Tour - Live 2012)

20. Nobody Knows Me (Video Interlude) (MDNA World Tour - Live 2012)

21. I'm Addicted (MDNA World Tour - Live 2012)

22. IaCOm A Sinner (MDNA World Tour - Live 2012)

23. Like A Prayer (MDNA World Tour - Live 2012)

24. Celebration (MDNA World Tour - Live 2012)


Track List: MDNA

1. Girl Gone Wild

2. Gang Bang

3. I'm Addicted

4. Turn Up The Radio

5. Give Me All Your Luvin'

6. Some Girls

7. Superstar

8. I Don't Give A

9. I'm A Sinner

10. Love Spent

11. Masterpiece

12. Falling Free

13. Beautiful Killer

14. I F**ked Up

16. Best Friend


Track List: Give It 2 Me (Maxi-Single)

1. Give It 2 Me (Fedde Le Grand Remix)

4. Give It 2 Me (Eddie Amador Club)

6. Give It 2 Me (Tong & Spoon Wonderland Mix)

7. Give It 2 Me (Jody Den Broeder Club)

8. Give It 2 Me (Sly And Robbie Bongo Mix)


Track List: Hard Candy

1. Candy Shop

2. 4 Minutes

3. Give It 2 Me

4. Heartbeat

5. Miles Away

6. She's Not Me

7. Incredible

8. Beat Goes On

9. Dance 2night

10. Spanish Lesson

11. Devil Wouldn't Recognize You

12. Voices


Track List: Get Together

1. Get Together

2. Get Together (Jacques Lu Cont Mix)

3. Get Together (Danny Howells & Dick Trevor Kinkyfunk Mix)

4. Get Together (Tiefschwarz Remix)

5. Get Together (James Holden Remix)

6. I Love New York (Thin White Duke Remix)


Track List: Confessions On A Dancefloor

1. Hung Up

2. Get Together

3. Sorry

4. Future Lovers

5. I Love New York

6. Let It Will Be

7. Forbidden Love

8. Jump

9. How High

10. Isaac

11. Push

12. Like It Or Not


Track List: Sorry

3. Sorry (Psb Maxi-Mix)

4. Sorry (Paul Oakenfold Remix)

5. Sorry (Green Velvet Remix)


Track List: American Life (Explicit)

1. American Life

2. Hollywood

3. I'm So Stupid

4. Love Profusion

5. Nobody Knows Me

6. Nothing Fails

7. Intervention

8. X-Static Process

9. Mother And Father

10. Die Another Day

11. Easy Ride


Track List: Music

1. Music

2. Impressive Instant

3. Runaway Lover

4. I Deserve It

5. Amazing

6. Nobody's Perfect

7. Don't Tell Me

8. What It Feels Like For A Girl

9. Paradise (Not For Me)

10. Gone


Track List: The Power Of Good-Bye (Usa Cd Single)

1. The Power Of Good-Bye

2. Mer Girl


Track List: Ray Of Light

1. Drowned World / Substitute For Love

2. Swim

3. Ray Of Light

4. Candy Perfume Girl

5. Skin

6. Nothing Really Matters

7. Sky Fits Heaven

8. Shanti / Ashtangi

9. Frozen

10. The Power Of Goodbye

11. To Have And Not To Hold

12. Little Star

13. Mer Girl


Track List: Something to Remember

1. I Want You

2. I'll Remember

3. Take A Bow

4. You'll See

5. Crazy For You

6. This Used To Be My Playground

7. Live To Tell

8. Love Don't Live Here Anymore

9. Something To Remember

10. Forbidden Love (1994)

11. One More Chance

12. Rain

13. Oh Father

14. I Want You


Track List: Bedtime Stories

1. Survival

2. Secret

3. I'd Rather Be Your Lover

4. Don't Stop

5. Inside Of Me

6. Human Nature

7. Forbidden Love (1994)

8. Love Tried To Welcome Me

9. Sanctuary

10. Bedtime Story

11. Take A Bow


Track List: Erotica

1. Erotica

2. Fever

3. Bye Bye Baby

4. Deeper And Deeper

5. Where Life Begins

6. Bad Girl

7. Waiting

8. Thief of Hearts

9. Words

10. Rain

11. Why's It So Hard

12. In This Life

13. Did You Do it

14. Secret Garden


Track List: The Immaculate Collection

1. Holiday

2. Lucky Star

3. Borderline

4. Like A Virgin

5. Material Girl

6. Crazy For You

7. Into The Groove

8. Live To Tell

9. Papa Don't Preach

10. Open Your Heart

11. La Isla Bonita

12. Like A Prayer

13. Express Yourself

14. Cherish

15. Vogue

16. Justify My Love

17. Rescue Me


Track List: Like A Prayer

1. Like A Prayer

2. Express Yourself

3. Love Song (feat. Prince)

4. Till Death Do Us Part

5. Promise To Try

6. Cherish

7. Dear Jessie

8. Oh Father

9. Keep It Together

10. Spanish Eyes

11. Act of Contrition


Track List: You Can Dance

1. Spotlight

2. Holiday (Remix Version)

3. Everybody (Remix Version)

4. Physical Attraction

5. Over And Over (Extended Version)

6. Into The Groove

7. Where's The Party (Remix Version)

8. Holiday (Dub Version)

9. Into The Groove (Dub Version)

10. Where's The Party (Dub Version)


Track List: True Blue

1. Papa Don't Preach

2. Open Your Heart

3. White Heat

4. Live To Tell

5. Where's The Party

6. True Blue

7. La Isla Bonita

8. Jimmy Jimmy

9. Love Makes The World Go Round


Track List: Like A Virgin

1. Material Girl

2. Angel

3. Like A Virgin

4. Over And Over

5. Love Don't Live

6. Dress You Up

7. Shoo Be Doo

8. Pretender

9. Stay


Track List: Madonna (Remastered)

1. Lucky Star

2. Borderline

3. Burning Up

4. I Know It

5. Holiday

6. Think Of Me

7. Physical Attraction

8. Everybody


Track List: 4 Minutes (Radio Single)


Track List: B**ch I'm Madonna (Single)

1. B**ch I'm Madonna (Feat. Nicki Minaj)


Track List: Beautiful Stranger (Radio Single)

1. Beautiful Stranger


Track List: Celebration (Radio Single)

1. Celebration


Track List: Celebration (Remix Single)

1. Celebration (Oakenfold Remix)


Track List: Devil Pray (Single)

1. Devil Pray


Track List: Erotica (Single)


Track List: Ghosttown (Single)

1. Ghosttown


Track List: Give Me All Your Luvin' (Single)

1. Give Me All Your Luvin'

2. Give Me All Your Luvin'


Track List: Hold Tight (Single)

1. Hold Tight


Track List: Holiday (Remix) (Radio Single)


Track List: I'm Breathless: Music From And Inspired By The Film Dick Tracy

1. He's A Man

2. Sooner Or Later

3. Hanky Panky

4. I'm Going Bananas

5. Cry Baby

6. Something To Remember

7. Back In Business

8. More

9. What Can You Lose

10. Now I'm Following You (Part I)

11. Now I'm Following You (Part II)

12. Vogue


Track List: Iconic (Single)

1. Iconic (Feat. Chance The Rapper & Mike Tyson)


Track List: Illuminati (Single)

1. Illuminati


Track List: Joan Of Arc (Single)

1. Joan Of Arc


Track List: Living For Love (Remixes)

1. Living For Love (Djemba Djemba Club Mix)

2. Living For Love (Erick Morillo Club Mix)

3. Living For Love (Thrill Remix)

4. Living For Love (Offer Nissim Living For Drama Mix)

5. Living For Love (Offer Nissim Dub)

6. Living For Love (DJ Paulo Club Mix)

7. Living For Love (Mike Rizzo's Funk Generation Club)

8. Living For Love (Dirty Pop Remix)


Track List: Living For Love (Single)

1. Living For Love


Track List: Masterpiece (Single)

1. Masterpiece


Track List: Rebel Heart (Deluxe) (Explicit)

1. Living For Love

2. Devil Pray

3. Ghosttown

4. Unapologetic B**ch

5. Illuminati

6. B**ch I'm Madonna (Feat. Nicki Minaj)

7. Hold Tight

8. Joan Of Arc

10. HeartBreakCity

11. Body Shop

12. Holy Water

13. Inside Out

14. Wash All Over Me

15. Best Night

16. Veni Vidi Vici (Feat. Nas)

17. S.E.X.

18. Messiah

19. Rebel Heart


Track List: Revolver (Radio Single)

1. Revolver


Track List: Unapologetic B**ch (Single)

1. Unapologetic B**ch


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She should be demanding royalties from Miley Cyrus
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She is the Queen of Pop..
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I danced to this song so many times, I couldn't even guess. Gay bars back then played awesome music. So much fun back then.
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express yourself
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last night i dreamt of san pedro
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take a bow
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whoose that girl
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open your heart. i love her voice. marty friedman wanted to be in madonna.
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Ha girl
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All these artists put the best lyrics fully sharing goals an living for fantastic legacy
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I'm lucky I lived her era
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Obscured her musical 'virtues' -- what musical virtues? She's a mediocre singer and dancer with the gift of a huge, flashy and charismatic personality that has helped to fool the masses. She's a mega pop star who professes to be an artist. She is indeed the artist for the masses.
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Madonna she was bad i could dance to all the songs all nite, she's so bad,it made the 80s great.
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Her early songs are her best ;)
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HELLO❤️⚡️:) ;).) :>:} :>
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Rebel hearts ��
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Like a Prayer. You take me there...
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I thought Stevie Nicks was the Queen of pop?
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Hello madonna
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Best girl singer MADONNA! Beautiful and also a bit funny and controversia l back on the day
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Oooo sxhitt the world is mune 4 12
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Lets do it break it down
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Pat Benitar is the queen of pop but Madonna is the second all time favorite
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The Queen of Pop!
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A true insparation to woman of today. The power of you the world wasnt ready for. You totally set new standards for the women of the world today im prowd to have heard ur voice you paved the way abd gave women a voice they didnt even know of in the 80s so glad to have been there to see you make history we all talk about today
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Madonna is the queen ❤

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Crazy For You ....
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#ALWAYSAMAZI N G ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
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Saw Madonna in Melbourne a few weeks ago... �� Rebel Hearts �� Forever
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❤️❤️❤️ I love all Madonna 80's music
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I love madonna
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I love the queen of pop MADONNA
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I love her 80's music!
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80 's Madonna music was Best by far
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