Allegedly, Madonna asked Lady Gaga to perform a song with her onstage but Lady Gaga turned her down. Madonna explained: “You know, I invited her onstage to sing with me. But, she turned me down. It’s okay. I’ve been rejected before. It builds a little character.”
This is funny coming from Madonna. Despite MDNA‘s commercial performance, this women’s ego remains exponentially inflated. Did she forget how many times she insulted and ridiculed Lady Gaga in public? Or the fact that she still covers Gaga’s “Born This Way” in her live shows segued with “Express Yourself” to further beat the dead horse of the similarities between the song.
Still, Madonna expects Lady Gaga to run to her feet when asked? The truth is the new generation is more inclined with Gaga. Even if Madonna is iconic, it would do nothing for Gaga to perform with her. Being iconic never shifted album copies, just ask Grace Jones.
It has been a while since Madonna released a bunch of dance-worthy tracks. So, it comes as no surprise that the icon has saved some good ones for us on MDNA. This track, “Turn Up The Radio,” is just that. A bouncy dance tune that doesn’t offer much on the lyrical side to keep it light on the sumptuous melody. Her vocals are suggestive of a good time and it makes us think of the time when Madonna was the queen of all remixes. Although it might not have the capacity to become a single, it can still turn people up at the dance floor.
Madonna’s highly-anticipated MDNA is slated for released date. All the Madonnaphiles can be happy. The queen is releasing the album just one day before Mariah Carey’s birthday. You know, because she can’t dare release it on The Voice’s birthday. The release date is…