Madonna confirms work on new album

The singer wants to collaborate with Drake on the record

Madonna confirms work on new album

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Madonna has confirmed she has started work her next album, in an interview with The Canadian Press.

The iconic singer was opening her latest Hard Candy gym in Toronto when she made the comments about the record, which follows 2012's 'MDNA' LP. It was Madonna’s first visit to Toronto since she was supposedly banned from the city in 1990, after defying police orders not to simulate sex during her 'Blonde Ambition' tour.

"Yes, plans are in the works already," she said, continuing "Don't ask me with who - it's a secret. Top secret." The interviewer then asked Madonna if she had any plans to collaborate with Toronto rapper Drake, to which she quickly responded: "If he'll have me."

It was announced on Thursday that the singer is launching a skin care range, called MDNA Skin. The brand features a facial serum, skin rejuvenator and a clay mask. It first goes on sale at a pop-up shop in Tokyo next week, before it’s launched worldwide on February 23.


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