American singer Madonna released the album "Madame X", influenced by Lisbon, where she has lived, for Latin and African sounds, and in which she sings in English, Spanish and Portuguese. "Lisbon is where my album was born, I found my tribe there and a magical world of incredible musicians that reinforced my belief that the songs around the world are all linked and are the soul of the universe," says the singer in ' official site.
It is in the sixth song of "Madame X", "Killers Who Are Partying", that Madonna proves that she learned some words in Portuguese. "The world is wild, the road is lonely. I know what I am and what I am not," the American sings in the chorus.
Already in "Crazy," the eighth song from the album "Madame X", Madonna sings "You think I'm crazy" and "I love you, but I do not let you destroy me."
In "Extreme Occident", the American confesses that she is still searching for her identity. "What hurts me the most is that I was not lost," I concluded, at the end of the subject, once again in the language of Camões.
The hit version of Blaya is the 11th song from the deluxe album "Madame X". For "Faz Gostoso", Madonna invited Brazilian Anitta, in a clear wink of funk and kuduro music.
"Come Baby, Come Baby / Move your body", so sings the 'queen of pop' at the start of the song, which has undergone some modifications to the original Portuguese artist. Throughout the theme, Anitta and Madonna sing the verses in Portuguese and English.