Madonna said that most of the new songs are sounding the same for her.
Pop star Madonna is apparently not the biggest fan of contemporary music.
In an interview published in this month’s issue of Vogue Italia, Madonna talked about her year living in Lisbon, Portugal, and how they felt about contemporary music, while promoting her upcoming album. She said that the city of Lisbon inspired much of her new music.
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“It is also a nice antidote for what happened in the music business, where everything is so formulaic, and every song has 20 ratings artists and everyone sounds the same. Something’s gotta give,” she said.
The “Material Girl” singer said that she moved to Lisbon, so that her son, David, was able to practice football. She talked about leaving the US to say that it felt like a good time to leave the States.
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“I had the feeling that we needed a change, and I wanted out of America for a minute – as you know, this is not America’s ‘finest hour’ – not that the left of America makes anything else or change anything. I’ve lived in other places; I lived in London for 10 years. I want to put myself in uncomfortable situations and to take risks,” she said.
Madonna confirmed earlier this year that she’s releasing her new album later in 2018.
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