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Preview of Madonna's 'Celebration' Music Video

August 21, 2009 03:45:01 GMT

What to expect from Madonna's 'Celebration' music video is disclosed through the commercial ad of her new greatest hits compilation.


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Madonna's music video for her new single "Celebration" has got a sneak peek. Being attached to a promo ad of her upcoming greatest hits compilation "Celebration", the clip sees Madonna wearing a black and white mini dress and dancing to the song in high spirit.

Co-produced by Madonna and Paul Oakenfold, "Celebration" has hit the web since July 30 and was sent to radios across United States on August 3. Its music video is filmed in Milan, Italy and directed by Jonas Akerlund. The video is expected to be debuted at the end of August.

As for the album itself, it is scheduled to arrive in U.S. market on September 29. This album will be made available in a two-CD set as well as a single CD. There will also be a DVD release which includes Madonna's never-before-seen music videos in addition to "Celebration" video.

Beside including its title track, Madonna will also list old materials from her previous albums, including "Everybody", "Express Yourself", "Vogue" and "4 Minutes", all of which have been re-mastered. Another new single in the album reportedly is a song called "Revolver" which has been leaked earlier this year with rapper Lil Wayne singing on the hook.



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posted by vita on Sep 01, 2009
I think Madonna is the greatest artist,I hate when people comment on how she shoold look or wear and what her music is today .In my opinion Madonna express your self the way you feel. I love her music she is the best, she's my icon. Madonna Forever Bravissima
posted by Maddy Lover on Aug 29, 2009
Madonna will always be the etheral Queen of Pop churning out great tracks since the 80's. I hope US radio will play this great Celebration track. Lets be positive as Celebration remix single out soon sure she will make an impact on the chart listing
posted by clare f on Aug 25, 2009
fantastic song celabration makes ya wana dance.
posted by Madonnafanforever on Aug 22, 2009
I want US radio to play this song! Why are they not? oh yeah, because Madonna is a strong left wing revolutionary thinker. The big machine that is American radio (clear channel) won't play her on radio. All her hits in the 2000's except for Music reached the top of charts in Europe, Japan, Canada, Latin America because they play her on radio so it supplements her sales. Hung Up, 4 Minutes, Give It 2 Me, Sorry, Miles Away were all great hits and sold very well but in America and on the Hot 100 an artist also needs radio airplay to chart. Poor Madonna. She has been a great artist since day one releasing consistent pop music. Radio snubs her because women over 40 don't sell. Though Madonna sells magnificently.
posted by Jeffrey on Aug 22, 2009
I have loved Madonna since hearing her song "Holiday" being played on the radio at a store in 1983. No video at that time. Had no clue who she was or what she looked like. But the sound was amazing and fresh. However, the last few of her efforts have missed the usual Madonna mark. "American Life" is a good album, but her rapping on the title song was the beginning of the end for Madonna as a progressive artist. She should have nixed that song, made "Hollywood" the kick-off single and themed her look around old Hollywood. It would have been perfect, especially since she won't ever make it as an actress. She could have created a Hollywood persona for herself and worked it for that entire album and subsequent tour. "Confessions" was a good album, but her marketing skill was lacking. She didn't time her videos to coincide with her singles release dates. They used to be events. Now they seem like after thoughts. A video here, a release date here, an interview there. It doesn't flow anymore. Her "Miles Away" song just had a video released months after it was released as a single. That is not how Madonna would have done it back in the day. "Hard Candy" was a desperate attempt at latching onto something that's already passed its prime, modern day R&B, and young talent. Madonna doesn't need that kind of attachment. She should have continue exploring the avant-garde sound of the day. Not try to mimic the Rihannas and Justins. Now with her greatest hits, she has 'Celebration", which isn't a bad song, but it's not groundbreaking. And there is no video even though the song is available on iTunes. The old Madonna would never have missed the opportunity to market and tie her art into the commerce side. She just isn't driven in that area now. I hope she comes out with a good product after this greatest hits album and stops trying to be overly sexy and young looking. She can keep making interesting and even groundbreaking music if she would focus on it and not her looks and former days as a chart topping queen.
posted by DICK T on Aug 22, 2009
She will always be definitely the queen of pop, no noe will ever be able to achieved what she has. Why USA radio do not support her as it used to do? i hate them.
posted by Aianna on Aug 22, 2009
Madonna 4e! I love her...I'm so excited 4 the new cd!...
posted by simplysergio on Aug 21, 2009
I can't wait for her new CD. She is a true Icon.
posted by face on Aug 21, 2009
bravo to the etherial icon
posted by face on Aug 21, 2009
bravo to the etherial icon
posted by BRAD on Aug 21, 2009
M-A-D-O-N-N-A F-O-R-E-V-E-R
posted by jennyb on Aug 21, 2009
Awesome!!! Madonna is a true artist and trail blazer. No other female artist can hold a candle to her. Bravo Madonna.
posted by SELENA on Aug 21, 2009
WOOHOO, that was FUN!!! I wanna go to the club & DANCE!

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