Madonna Releases ‘Future’ Ahead Of Eurovision Final Performance

Madonna has today released the single, ‘Future’, featuring Quavo, and co-produced by Diplo. She will perform the track live for the first time during the interval of tomorrow night’s Eurovision Song Contest Grand Final, in Tel Aviv, Israel. The release of the track comes ahead of her Madame X intimate concert experience, beginning September 12.

The electronic-tinged Jamaican dancehall vibed ‘Future’ is the fourth track of five songs to be previewed before her highly-anticipated new studio album ‘Madame X’ debuts globally on June 14.

Following the release of the critically-acclaimed ‘Medellín’, the empowering ‘“I Rise’, and the infectious pop gem ‘Crave’, the next song to be shared with fans is the sonically innovative ‘Dark Ballet’, on June 7.

Madonna says of ‘Future’,

“It’s a song about the world that we live in today and the future of our civilization.”

Madonna is set to headline the stage at Eurovision in Tel Aviv on Saturday and will perform live for the first time ‘Future’, with Quavo, as well as ‘Like A Prayer’, which celebrates its 30 Anniversary this year. Madonna will embark on her highly-anticipated Madame X Tour, a series of rare and intimate performances taking place exclusively in theaters in select cities, starting September 12 in New York.

Tickets and further information are available at For easy ticket ordering, download the Live Nation app on iTunes or Google Play stores.

Watch this video from Madonna about the Tour:

Madonna - A Madame X Tour Announcement

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