Madonna New 'Rebel Heart' Album Tracklist & Release Date 2015 to Feature Nas, Nicki Minaj, and More

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Madonna finally revealed the full tracklist for her upcoming 13th studio album, "Rebel Heart."

Madge's 19-track record is expected to feature several hip-hop guest artists, including Nas ("Veni Vedi Vici") and Chance The Rapper, as well as the most unexpected, Mike Tyson ("Iconic"). It will also include the already released "B---h I'm Madonna" featuring Nicki Minaj.

The "Living For Love" singer, who is scheduled to perform at this year's Grammy Awards, originally considered dropping her latest project as a double album.

"I have an overabundance of songs, and actually, the reason I wanted to call the record 'Rebel Heart' was because I felt like it explored two very distinct sides of my personality," she told Billboard in December. "The rebellious, renegade side of me, and the romantic side of me. In my mind, it was almost like I wanted to do a two-record set. So you get this chunk of songs, and that chunk of songs. That was my original goal."

Madonna added that more new music should arrive "during the time of the Grammys."

"Then the rest of the album will just come out together (in March), and they'll just get my rebellious and romantic side all mixed in together," she said.

Madonna's "Rebel Heart" is set for a release on March 10 via Boy Toy/Interscope. Check out the complete tracklist below:

1. "Living For Love"

2. "Devil Pray"

3. "Ghosttown"

4. "Unapologetic B---h"

5. "Illuminati"

6. "B---h I'm Madonna" (feat. Nicki Minaj)

7. "Hold Tight"

8. "Joan of Arc"

9. "Iconic" (feat. Chance The Rapper & Mike Tyson)

10. "HeartBreakCity"

11. "Body Shop"

12. "Holy Water"

13. "Inside Out"

14. "Wash All Over Me"

15. "Best Night"

16. "Veni Vedi Vici" (feat. Nas)

17. "S.E.X."

18. "Messiah"

19. "Rebel Heart"

 

Last modified onWednesday, 21 January 2015 10:34

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