A Look Into Madonna's Cauldron

Posted by Sylar On Thursday, October 15, 2009

With the release of the Celebration album and single and the coming release of the Sticky and Sweet tour on dvd it would seem logic for any artist to take a pause and enjoy the success but that doesn't happen to Madonna, who is working on more releases for her fans to enjoy.

First of all there's Revolver, the second new track on her greatest hits album that, as previously reported by MadonnaTribe a while back, will be the second single release off the compilation. The news is that lots of remixers have been contacted to remix the song and among them we find Tracy Young, David Guetta and Paul Van Dyke.

But for die hard fans the most exciting news regarding her music is that for Christmas we'll also get brand new house remixes of two of her biggest classics: Holiday and Into The Groove!

Meanwhile Madonna will also be busy with another fashion campaign. She will team up again with photographer Steven Klein next month for the new Dolce & Gabbana campaign, but the cool thing is that this time she will model not for the women's collection but for the men's! We are sure Madonna and Klein will come up with some great ideas for this one!

Source: MadonnaTribe

4 Responses to "A Look Into Madonna's Cauldron"

  1. Anonymous Said,

    Ewwwwww...Tracy Young ????????? WHY????????????????? Why keep Orlando Puerta from Warner Brothers always pushing that worthless Miami wannabe DJ????


  2. Anonymous Said,

    revolver needs real groundbreaking and fresh remixes...
    we all heard tracy young and paul van dyk and david guetta... i mean wheres the new stuff???


  3. Anonymous Said,

    Looking Foward To Seeing The Photos From The Fashion Shoot. How She Will Look And Exactly What She Will Be Wearing.


  4. doraemon Said,

    warner taiwan,japan,thailand,europe,uk, south america ,alomst all the warner music outside the us are doing a good promotion and strategy, good work keep it up .good strategy and promotion will push celebration sales,revolver and the two classics' new remixes aiming per christmas and new period. i am disappointed with the warner hq.usa for poor promotion just bcuz madge is leaving.


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