On July 10th, 1990 Madonna performed at the Stadio Flaminio in Rome, the first of two concerts in Italy that Summer.
The show was welcomed by an extra dose of controversy in the country, with a criticism to which Madonna responded with the now-famous Vatican speech she addressed the press with when she had just landed in Rome’s Ciampino airport the day before. Read More
Madonna is partnering with the Reform Alliance advocacy group lead by Meek Mill and Michael Rubin to send much-needed personal protective equipment to jails and prisons which have become coronavirus hotspots across the United States. Read More
Madonna took to Instagram to announce her partnership with Bill Gates, donating $1 million to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundations’ Therapeutics Accelerator program, which is looking to find a drug to cure or treat COVID-19. Read More
Madonna has announced that she is joining the Gates Foundation‘s effort to find a drug that will prevent or treat Covid-19. Read her full statement. Read More
Irish magazine Hot Press celebrates its 1000th issue looking back at five decades of music and culture with five different cover artworks. Read More
Quavo from American hip hop trio Migos has just released a solo album filled with feat. guests, including 21 Savage, Drake, Kid Cudi, Lil Baby, Normani & DaVido, Offset, Saweetie, Takeoff, Travis Scott and Migos’ members Offset and Takeoff.
Quite fittingly, the guest star on Champagne Rosé – track 9 of Quavo Huncho – is no other than the Queen of Rosé herself, Madonna, featuring together with Cardi B. Read More
Reggie Lucas, the Grammy-winning musician and Madonna’s first producer who worked on six of the eight tracks on her first record, has died at 65.
His daughter Lisa told the Associated Press that Lucas died from complications with his heart early Saturday in New York City. Read More