Tagged: In the press

“Madonna hasn’t lost any of her brilliance!”

Alexandre Marain at Vogue France shares their thoughts on the Parisian concerts of The Celebration Tour and reports that Madonna, who performed for a total of two and a half 30 hours of pure joy, built a show that confirmed her status as an incomparable performer, a talented dancer, and a legendary singer. Read More

Hail To The Queen

Laura Barton, host of BBC Radio 4’s Notes on Music, discusses how quick we’ve been to mock and chide Madonna – when what she deserves, really, is immense respect in a new story on ProspectRead More

Godspeed, Madonna!

Robin Givhan at The Washington Post, discusses how The Celebration Tour will be a testament to Madonna‘s legacy and a test of cultural boundaries, with the performer pushing against timeworn assumptions about gender and age at a moment when public dialogue can be very mean and very unforgiving on those very subjects. Read More

Madonna in Paramount+’s ‘Madame X’

An impressively designed production from a star hoping to convey the deep empathy she feels for pretty much every group suffering during these troubled times, Madonna’s Madame X showcases the eponymous album, in which she draws on new influences ranging from Colombian rap to Portuguese fado, writes The Hollywood ReporterRead More

Madonna tops Billboard’s 100 Greatest Music Video Artists of All Time Staff List

On the verge of this Sunday’s MTV Video Music Awards — the one time a year where we’re still guaranteed to celebrate one of media’s most influential-but-under-recognized artforms – Billboard wanted to take a look back at the artists who have given the most to the music video, whether through heavy rotation on MTV, millions of views on YouTube, or other mediums that predate both.  Read More