Tagged: Interviews

Una Vita Ribelle

Madonna: A Rebel Life, the book where biographer Mary Gabriel tells the story of Madonna as an artist and activist, how she impacted the world and how the world impacted her, has been released in its Italian version on November 14. Read More

MadonnaTribe meets Mary Gabriel

The latest addition to the MadonnaTribe interview collection is a conversation with author Mary Gabriel, who has just released her new book, Madonna: A Rebel Life; we are particularly happy to chat with Mary as we got in touch several months ago, when she was working on the biography and asked to include quotes from some of our interviews in a book where she tells the story of Madonna as an artist and activist, how she impacted the world and how the world impacted her.
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I’m Hung Up on You

In honour of her new career-spanning album, Finally Enough Love: 50 Number Ones, Madonna and producer Stuart Price tell Song Exploder the story of how their collaboration and partnership led to one of Madonna’s biggest hits, Hung UpRead More

Madonna Is the Wildest Party Favor

The Queen of Pop partied with Paper Magazine in Brooklyn for their latest cover(s) story and talked with Nile Rodgers – the only sole producer to ever be credited on a Madonna album – to discuss how they constructed a civilization of pop that even the Romans couldn’t have built. Read More

Heroes: Madonna on V Magazine

The incomparable Lady M sits down with Honey Dijon to discuss musical innovation, collaboration, and her new decade-spanning project Finally Enough Love: 50 Number Ones in a new feature appearing in the pages of V137, now available for purchase. Read More

Like a family

Billboard.com discusses with Madonna how she got to know the Batukadeiras Orquestra in Lisbon, why she invited several members of the collective to perform on her Madame X album and how she ended bringing some of them on the road with the Madame X Tour: “I thought about Guy Oseary’s response to the cost of taking 22 women on the road with us,” she explains. But her goal was set: “I wanted the audience to get a glimpse of history,” and 14 batukadeiras became part of the Madame X Tour band. Read More

30 Years of Vogue

On this day 30 years ago (May 19, 1990) Vogue – the first single from Madonna’s second soundtrack album, I’m Breathless –  became the Queen of Pop’s eighth Hot 100 No. 1, topping the Billboard chart for three consecutive weeks and remaining one of her most enduring hits. Read More