Madonna Stated She Has No Interest In Liquidating Her Music Collection

Madonna Stated She Has No Interest In Liquidating Her Music Collection
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By her own admission, Madonna is a "Material Girl." The singer's song came to represent the group of women and men who openly state that they appreciate financial goods and beautiful existence.

The pop icon has made it obvious that he doesn't intend to join Bob Dylan, Justin Timberlake , Justin Springsteen, and Sting in selling off his musical legacy for money.

I wrote these tunes. Isn't ownership the most important thing? She asked Variety. The Queen of Pop, Madonna, has asserted that there is now no sum of money that is sufficient to merit her possession.

She currently just cares about growing her repertoire, reissuing classic songs, and seeking out chances to share her music with a younger audience.

The entire Frozen story was hilarious, but one day I woke up and declared, "I'm tired of living in the past! I'm a stage creature, so I want to go on tour once more. This is my happy place," the celebrity said.

Madonna was referring to Fireboy DML's appearance on Sickick's remix of her 1998 song Frozen. This smash tune last year dominated the charts and brought the artist a very sizable contract. It happened soon after Timberlake chose to sell his entire music library in May.

Timberlake and Madonna worked on the well-known song 4 Minutes in 2008. He left a $100 million auction with a London-based music investment company that was funded by Blackstone, a private equity company.

I'm excited about the upcoming chapter, Justin concluded at the moment. From his time with NSYNC, he is known for the singles "Bye Bye Bye" and "Girlfriend," as well as the solo songs "Cry Me a River," "SexyBack," and "Mirrors," as well as "Can't Stop the Feeling!" from the 2016 animated feature "Trolls."

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The pop diva stated in a release, "I look forward to beginning this next phase."

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