Madonna’s forthcoming album Madame X is still a month away, but we’ve got another taste from it.
At the stroke of midnight, the Queen of Pop dropped "Future," a new track featuring Migos’ Quavo.
Produced with EDM star Diplo, it’s a mid-tempo track with a dreamy reggae vibe. On it, Madonna and Quavo sing: “Not everyone is coming to the future/ Not everyone is learning from the past/ Not everyone can come into the future/ Not everyone that's here is gonna last.”
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It’s the fourth release from Madame X after "Medellín" with Maluma, "Crave" with Swae Lee and "I Rise," which features a sample of Stoneman student Emma Gonzalez.
Madame X, Madonna’s fourteenth studio album, is due out June 14.
All eyes will be on the pop legend this weekend when she performs two numbers during the Eurovision finals in Tel Aviv. Organizers of the song competition confirmed one of those songs will be "Future."