Madonna is said to be leaving Interscope Records after almost a decade and is set to return to Warner Records who first worked with her on her music career and helped her become the ‘Queen of Pop’.
Madonna has sold well over 300million albums and singles worldwide and is one of the best-selling female recording artists of her time.
She has been well known for her music career and has been referred to as the ‘Queen of Pop’ since the ’80s, after releasing iconic albums such as ‘Like a Virgin’ released in 1984, ‘True Blue’ released in 1986, and ‘Like a Prayer’ released in 1989.
Madonna signed a deal in 2011 with Interscope but is now going back to who she first started her music journey with. According to The Sun Madonna is now looking at signing an ‘eight-figure deal range’ to return to Warner Records.
The latest album Madonna released was in 2019, which was her fourteenth album titled ‘Madame X’, followed by a tour, which ended in March 2020.
Madonna recently took to social media to post a throwback photo of herself from the starting point of her career, where she made a point that she got to where she is now without the help of platforms such as YouTube, Vine, The Voice, American Idol, and Disney. She only had ‘$35 and a dream’.
Though it should be noted that Disney was around at that time as it was founded in 1923.
The post was captioned: “No IG, Twitter or Tik Tok either!” –
In her most recent work, Madonna is featuring with Missy Elliot on Dua Lipa’s upcoming single titled ‘Levitating’, due to be released on August 14th.
Madonna will be turning 62 this month and with no sign of ending her music career any time soon, she is looking forward to making more music and perhaps a new venture with Warner Records.