Madonna is Launching a ‘Madame X’ Channel on SiriusXM

 

 

It’s gotten mixed reviews, but you have to give Madonna credit, surely, for creatively venturing into the unknown on her latest album Madame X – her 9th to place at #1. And some of the tracks, like “God Control” and “Killers Who are Partying,” prove what she’s capable of when she steps outside of her comfort zone.

She also knows how to promote the living daylights out of everything she does. And so this Monday, July 1, she will launch the month long “Madame X Radio” channel on SiriusXM, following hot on the heels of her sure-to-be-monumental Pride Island performance the night before. It will be all Madonna, all the time, 24/7, 31 days a month – with exclusive stories pegged to Madame X, explorations of her inimitable ability to bring together disparate cultures through pop music, and, naturally, a bit of Material Girl history.

 

 

“This channel brings you into the intricate world of Madame X,” she enthuses. “You’ll learn more about the creative process behind my latest album and gain a deeper understanding of what drives me as an artist and a performer.”

Considering how few performers throughout history have been so analyzed and scrutinized from the outside, this will give her countless devotees the chance to hear it from Ms. Ciccone herself.

Bitch…she’s Madonna.

 

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