'Iconic' will feature on Madonna's forthcoming album 'Rebel Heart'
Madonna has collaborated on a song with Chance the Rapper and former professional boxer Mike Tyson on her forthcoming album ‘Rebel Heart’.
The official tracklist to ‘Rebel Heart’, which was released on iTunes today, showed a total of 19 tracks. These included ‘Iconic’, a song that features guest spots from 21-year-old Chicago MC Chance the Rapper and 48-year-old Tyson, as well as a with Nas entitled ‘Veni Vedi Vici’ and one with Nicki Minaj called ‘Bitch I’m Madonna’. As previously reported, Madonna has also worked with Avicii and Diplo on the record.
Last week, Madonna said that her song ‘Illuminati’, also taken from the new album, is not an admission that she is a member of the secret group, adding that she knows who the real members are. “People often accuse me of being a member of the Illuminati, but the thing is, I know who the real Illuminati are and I know where that word comes from,” Madonna said. She went on to claim she believes scientists, artists and philosophers who flourished during the Age of Enlightenment are the real members.
Madonna is due to release ‘Rebel Heart’, the follow up to 2012’s ‘MDNA’, on March 9. On Christmas Day, 14 tracks supposedly taken from the record were leaked, while six unfinished demos were previously released without the singer’s consent earlier in 2014.
‘Rebel Heart’ Tracklist:
‘Living For Love’
‘Bitch I’m Madonna’ (feat. Nicki Minaj)
‘Joan Of Arc’
‘Iconic’ (feat. Chance The Rapper & Mike Tyson)
‘Wash All Over Me’
‘Veni Vidi Vici ‘(feat. Nas)