Five tracks have been confirmed to appear on Madonna's eleventh album, many are up-thumping funk oriented.
New details are emerging on Madonna's upcoming album which is still untitled. RollingStone.com that acquired its first five songs have graded the follow up to "Confessions on a Dance Floor" as "more urban-oriented, thumpy funk", the sound born from the hand of producers Timbaland, Nate "Danja" Hills and Pharrell Williams.
The Justin Timberlake and Timbaland-featuring song "4 Minutes to Save the World" which has leaked earlier this year, is confirmed to be the first single from the album and its music video will be directed by Jonas and Francois that penned Justice's MTV VMAs-nominated video "D.A.N.C.E.". Madonna and Timberlake will reportedly appear as superheroes in the clip that will also include Timbaland.
"Candy Shop", one song that leaked earlier than "4 Minutes" is also confirmed to appear in the album along with "Miles Away", "Give It to Me" and "Heartbeat". The eleventh album from the singer will be dropped April 29 via Warner Bros Records while the first single is expected to take impact in March.