Madonna collaborating with Disclosure on her new album?

The singer has already worked with Diplo and Avicii on her forthcoming 13th LP

Madonna collaborating with Disclosure on her new album?

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Madonna is rumoured to be collaborating with Disclosure on her new studio album.

The popstar has been posting photos of her posing with the British dance duo on her social networking accounts, as well as including pictures of the band taken from the side of the stage at this weekend's Governors Ball festival in New York, writing: "Been promoted to head of security for Disclosure!"



The singer has already revealed that she is currently working on her 13th studio album with Major Lazer man Diplo via pictures on Instagram and has also said that she has recorded with Avicii and British pop star Natalia Kills on the forthcoming record. Madonna's last album, 'MDNA', was released in 2012.

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