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Madonna releases fun new song about safe sex ahead of upcoming full album

Madonna releases fun new song about safe sex ahead of upcoming full album

Madonna in a cowboy hat

Madonna just released a fun little song ahead of an upcoming album.

The Vogue singer took to Twitter today (8 February) to post a 37-second video with the new song.

She then wrote in the caption: ‘So excited to share my new music with the world. But until then a little bit of F U N! On my favorite guitar!’

She also used the hashtags ‘gloves’, ‘safe sex’, ‘music’, ‘magic’ and ‘guild’.

In the short snippet, she sings: ‘You said you can’t play guitar with your gloves on… it’s kind of like having sex with a condom. Not as much fun [but] better than nothing.’

Madonna new album: Magic

No real details are known about the name of the album, the release date or what genre of music it will be.

But she’s dropped hints, like constantly using the word ‘magic’ in tweets since September, prompting many to believe that’s what the album may be called.

She also shared a potential new lyric to one of the songs: ‘Wild is the world… and lonely is the path’.

Her last album Rebel Heart came out in 2015.

madonna standing at microphone with a man standing behind her who has a guitar around him
Madonna and her son David perform at the Stonewall Inn | Photo: Twitter/

News broke earlier this week that Madonna may be performing at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest.

Canadian billionaire Sylvan Adams is apparently bankrolling the cost of bringing Madonna to Israel. The effort is likely to cost more than $1 million.

Tel Aviv will host the 2019 song contest after Netta won last year’s competition with her song, Toy.

According to Ynet News, Adams has been in talks with Madonna for more than a month and her signing the deal is imminent.

‘We are in round-the-clock negotiations with Madonna’s people and we hope that in the next few days we will sign her arrival at the Eurovision Song Contest in Israel,’ Adams’ business partner told Ynet.

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