Nominations for the 62nd Grammy Award were announced today, and it’s with great disappointment and not much surprise that we have to report that the Tracy Young’s Pride Intro Radio Remix of I Rise is the only Madame X-related entry, as a nominee for Best Remixed Recording. Read More
The Grammys are asking on their official Facebook page which is your favorite album of 2015 so far.
Will you make sure your voice is heard, Rebel Hearts? Read More
News is just in from Pearl.com that Madonna tour drummer Brian Frasier Moore will reunite with the Queen of Pop again after last Sunday’s Grammys and will join her on the Brit Awards stage in London on February 25th. Read More
Head over to the fabulous Madonna Art Vision fansite for their exclusive interview with jewelry designer Lynn Ban, who has been contibuting to the Queen of Pop’s iconic looks for photoshoots you’ve seen on Harper’s Bazaar, l’Uomo Vogue, V and Mojo magazine, video productions such as Secret Project Revolution and Living For Love, and events like the Super Bowl half time show and the 2015 Grammys. Read More
Madonna posted some more updates on her Instagram profile after her iconic Grammy performance last night. Read More
Madonna performed an amazing live version of her new single, Living For Love, from her upcoming album Rebel Heart at the 2015 Grammy Awards at the Staples Center in Los Angeles tonight.
She was introduced by her friends Nicki Minaj, who is also featured in Madonna’s new album, and Miley Cyrus. Taking the entire Grammy stage with twenty dancers, a gospel choir, musicians and backing singers from her live band, Madonna opened her performance with images from her new video projected onto a kabuki screen while the a speech from Secret Project Revolution was layered on the Offer Nissim Living For Drama remix and ended it being – literally – lifted up! up! up! Read More