Madonna's Rebel Heart Ablum Review #RebelHeart #O2O
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Madonna's Rebel Heart Ablum Review #RebelHeart #O2O

"Rebel Heart", Madonna's 13th studio album was officially released earlier this week. The deluxe edition of the album features 19 original songs Madonna co-wrote and co-produced with a number of well-established musicians, including Diplo, Kanye West, Avicii and Nicki Minaj. It has been critically acclaimed and noted as Madonna's "best album in a decade" by People magazine.

As its title suggests, "Rebel Heart" explores two distinct themes - being a rebel and following the heart - or what Madonna calls the rebellious renegade side and the romantic side of her. I was given the opportunity to listen to the album in its entirety and I loved it! My first impression was that the music is thrilling and electrifying. It's extremely hard to resist the temptation to dance to it as soon as the music is on.

Madonna's voice is unique and easily recognizable as usual, but she has delved deeper into her vocal potential by adopting various techniques and showcasing different facets of her singing power. In this album, Madonna experiments with a creative mix of different music genres and the results are quite remarkable.

The first half of the album is more to my liking than the second half. My favorite tracks include the opening song “Living For Love”, “Illuminati”, “Joan Of Arc”, “Ghosttown”, “Messiah”, and “Bitch I’m Madonna” (Feat. Nicki Minaj). Please be aware that some of the lyrics contain explicit language, which is not too surprising with Madonna and her collaborators. I'd recommend this album to anyone who loves upbeat dance music and who doesn't mind letting out their rebellious side for a moment.

"Rebel Heart" is available for purchase on iTunes. You can get a taste of the album by watching the music video of “Living For Love” below. Enjoy!

Disclosure: I participated in the Madonna Rebel Heart album review program as a member of One2One Network. I was provided an album to review but all opinions are my own and may differ from yours.

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