"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", affirms the singer in the site official.
Dino d'Santiago, Celeste Rodrigues, Fábia Rebordão, Ricardo Toscano, Gaspar Varela and the Batiqueiras of Cape Verde are some of the artists Madonna has met in recent months, evaluating the photographs and videos she has broadcast on social networks.
Made with the collaboration of French producer Mirwais, the album "Madame X" features 15 songs including a version of "Faz gostoso" by Portuguese singer Blaya, which Madonna performs in Portuguese with Brazilian artist Anitta and "Medellín" the first single released today, which is a duet with Colombian musician Maluma.
"Madame X" celebrates "the long relationship" of the American singer with Latin music and culture and the songs are interpreted in Portuguese, Spanish and English, reads in the text of presentation.
In 2018, when she turned 60, Madonna said in an interview with the Italian magazine Vogue that the recent season in Lisbon influenced her in the creative process of this album.
"I met a lot of wonderful musicians and I ended up working with many of them on my new album, so yes, Lisbon influenced the music and my work. culture, "the singer said in the interview.
Madonna has been living in Portugal for more than a year to follow the sporting career of one of Benfica's adopted sons.
The last album of originals of Madonna dates back already to 2015, when it released "Rebel Heart".
According to the official website, more information about the album, official videos and performances or events will be announced in the coming weeks.