Madonna is, quite simply, one of the most successful artists ever to grace the stage. She’s sold millions of albums, reinvented herself time and time again, and changed the face of pop music as we know it. Throughout her four and a half decade-long career, she’s broken record after record, becoming the most successful solo artist in the history of the U.S and the best-selling female artist of all time.
Her upcoming album Finally Enough Love: 50 Number Ones will mark another incredible milestone in her seemingly unstoppable career, and fans couldn’t be more excited.
The album will feature remixes of every one of her most successful tracks – such as “Like a Virgin,” “Holiday,” “Material Girl,” and “Physical Attraction” – by a whole host of incredible artists. Above and Beyond, Benny Benassi, Honey Dijon, Axwell, and even Nicki Minaj. The album will also feature the iconic Avicii remix of “Girl Gone Wild,” first performed on stage at the Ultra Music Festival in 2012.
How Did She Meet This Epic Milestone?
Record-breaking statistics aside, Madonna is one of the most influential musicians today. She’s an icon of feminism, fashion, and unforgettable music. But how did she get where she is today?
There’s no easy way to build a career like Madonna’s. Born in Bay City, Michigan, to an Italian father and a French-Canadian mother, Madonna was raised in a multi-cultural environment, which would influence much of her work. In her career, she has taken inspiration from Black, Latino, Italian, and American culture to create a look and sound that was previously unfamiliar to many in contemporary American pop music. Tireless work, endless imagination, and an unfailing ability to move with, and often shape, the decade’s trends are all just ingredients in her unique musical recipe.
Suffice it to say that the key to Madonna’s success has been the same talent that brings all cultural icons to the forefront; the ability to give people something they never knew they wanted.
When Will We be able to buy Finally Enough Love: 50 Number Ones?
A sixteen-track cut of Finally Enough Love will be released for streaming on June 24th, while the full fifty-track album will be available in all formats – including CD and Vinyl – from August 19th onwards.
What's Next for The Queen of Pop?
Madonna is still touring, performing, and writing new music to this day. But, like many other musicians, she’s also been getting into NFTs as of late. For example, in her recent charity auction, she sold an NFT called “Mother of Creation,” which featured a 3D model of her giving birth to a tree. The sale proceeds aid three charitable organizations: National Bail Out, V-Day, and Voices of Children.
As of late 2020, she has also been involved in an upcoming biopic of her life. Amy Pascal – of Little Woman and Spiderman: Homecoming fame – is attached as a producer, award-winning author, playwright, and screenwriter Erin Wilson is working on the script. The film is still in pre-production, but we are all optimistic that the Madonna biopic will get the Bohemian Rhapsody treatment.
Madonna has had an incredible career, and if she retired today, her place in the history of music would already be well and truly cemented. With many more years of professional work ahead of her, fans can only imagine what will be next, but no doubt there will be many more number ones to come.
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