Album Review: Madonna Rebel Heart

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I participated in the Madonna Rebel Heart album review program as a member of One2One Network. I was provided an album to review but all opinions are my own.

 

Madonna will never come in quietly or be the same person twice. With Rebel Heart she once again comes out guns blazing and with a flair all her own. Rebel Heart is her 13th studio album. Just hearing that number reminded me that I owned most of them in some form of vinyl, cassette and CD over the years.

I am always here for Madonna so I was extremely excited to learn that I would get to listen to her new album before it was even released. I’ve had it for about a month now and it does get better with each listen. Rebel Heart clearly has the influence of a lot of the current top producers with its feel in some of the songs. How many people are willing to come out with a song called “Bitch, I’m Madonna” and make it so club friendly? I don’t even like Nicki Minaj but that and “Ghosttown” have gotten the most run on my replay. Madonna’s album is massive with 19 tracks but it flows, there’s little i wanted to skip over. You can get Rebel Heart on iTunes as well as stream it on Spotify and Tidal. Check out the track list below:

Rebel Heart Track List

01 “Living For Love”
02 “Devil Pray”
03 “Ghosttown”
04 “Unapologetic Bitch”
05 “Illuminati”
06 “Bitch I’m Madonna” (Feat. Nicki Minaj)
07 “Hold Tight”
08 “Joan Of Arc”
09 “Iconic” (Feat. Chance The Rapper & Mike Tyson)
10 “HeartBreakCity”
11 “Body Shop”
12 “Holy Water”
13 “Inside Out”
14 “Wash All Over Me”
15 “Best Night”
16 “Veni Vidi Vici” (Feat. Nas)
17 “S.E.X.”
18 “Messiah”
19 “Rebel Heart”

 

Madonna’s also going on tour and she’s skipping my city so boo on that! Her US tour kicks off August 29th in Miami and you can check Madonna’s site for more tour dates. I’m going to leave you with a video for Living for Love. Enjoy!