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article imageMadonna tops charts with 6 new songs from 'Rebel Heart'

By Markos Papadatos     Dec 21, 2014 in Music
Madonna proves that she is still the "Queen of Pop." She returns to the top of the charts worldwide thanks to the release of six new songs.
These tunes are from her forthcoming studio album, Rebel Heart, which reached No. 1 on iTunes in 36 countries within a matter of a few hours, proving that the "Material Girl" and her music are still relevant today.
In almost every country that Madonna's songs were released, they held six out of the 10 slots on the Top 10 iTunes charts; moreover, in seven countries, she scored multiple No. 1 hits.
Rebel Heart is the follow-up to her previous album, MDNA, which featured the hit single
"Give Me All Your Luvin'," where she collaborated with M.I.A. and Nicki Minaj.
Her single "Living for Love" sits at No. 1 in 20 countries, which is a neat feature. Other songs that were released include "Devil Pray," "Ghosttown," "Illuminati," as well as an explicit collaboration with rapper Nicki Minaj.
These songs can be checked out on iTunes by clicking here.
Her new album, Rebel Heart, is slated for released for March of 2015 via her record label, Interscope Records. Madonna co-produced the new project with such co-producers as rapper Kanye West ("Illuminati"), Billboard for "Ghosttown," Diplo for "Living For Love" and DJ Dahi and Blood Diamonds for "Devil Pray." It was recorded in such cities as London, Los Angeles and New York.
For more information on pop superstar Madonna, check out her official website and follow her on Twitter.
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