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  1. 4 minutes ago, VogueMusic said:

    She can say it's not about Trump, fine...but if it's essentially referencing the patriarchy, then by default, it's essentially referring to Trump and all those like him. I mean, who isn't more of a modern day representation of such a system/history than that man. At least for myself, that's the first image of the patriarchy that enters my mind when hearing that specific line - particularly as she says old 'man', not old 'men'. The singular use makes me think of 'you know who' in the immediate...but that's just me.

    Well, maybe because you live in USA? Madame X is a world album. She's not just worried about the US

  2. 13 hours ago, VogueMusic said:

    I think it absolutely is referencing the patriarchy (and thus anything that represents it - like Trump, obviously).

    Madonna confirmed that at the NY Times Magazine I guess. It's not about Trump, she said so. I never thought about Trump when listening to the song anyway. History is flooded by men owning everything and stopping and hurting women.

  3. 2 hours ago, tuckeye said:

    seems just like a promo vid. there isn't even a cover for it like the rest of the singles/promo releases.

    It doesn't have a cover because there was no need anymore. The first 5 songs released needed a cover to be added to Spotify while now all the songs are already released with the album cover.

    Since she doesn't have physical singles anymore why would they do a cover for?

    Or last hope it's if she releases remixes for it. Medellín remixes had their own cover posted on Spotify. 

  4. 19 hours ago, Martin B. said:

    At the moment, there is no plan for a tour in Brazil, so there is no way to make the investment of a targeted video for this market profitable.

    Beyoncé has no hits and she keeps on making high-budget videos. Music videos are not just for hits anymore. They help to build the image of an artist and create this legend-like status. Furthermore, youtube pay the artists for the views. It's not groundbreaking money but it's money. The hundred millions views videos give them a good money, you can be sure.

  5. 5 hours ago, Martin B. said:

    to make an investment of personal money, there must be a return on investment, which will not be the case. Apart from Brazil, the song will not be anywhere on the charts like all the other singles of this decade.

    Anyway, anyone would be in bad faith to complain about video this era because we had 5 for the first time in 20 years.

    Why do you think hitting the charts is the only return of investment? Not in this day and age it is not!

  6. 10 hours ago, rodials said:

    It’s true! I forget about this video. They never ever released them! It shouldn’t be that bad though. What a pitty.

    Anyway, I al Justina saying that I would not be surprised to see anything related to passistas. 

    Personally, would love a favela or suburban esthetics as the song itself claims for an outside video.

    I would love something like the cinematography of this video:

    It's the best Brazilian music video production I've seen in years!

  7. 1 hour ago, Kurt420 said:

    Does she actually support Bolsonaro or did she just not actively support his opponent during the election cycle? There's a big difference.

    “I want to make it clear once and for all that I do not support the candidate Bolsonaro,” she said in an uncharacteristically serious video, insisting that her fight against homophobia and racism speak for themselves.

    “Yes, I support the use of the hashtag EleNão,” she added, inviting three more female singers to join the movement.


    That was after a commotion happened in Brazil. She had liked posts supporting Bolsonaro campaign and then she was forced to participate in the #NotHim campaign by her fans. (She got in even after Madonna for god's sake :lmao:).

    And after the election happened she got back to liking posts of people supporting the government and is doing a lecture tour around the country where all the other speakers are big and active Bolsonaro supporters. So no, she didn't change.

  8. 4 hours ago, Profane said:

    I missed that... what supposedly are her views? 


    3 hours ago, Lolasmommy said:

    I have no idea just a load of hysterical qweens on were going ape shit is all I remember

    She supports President Bolsonaro, the one Merkel, Macron and De Blasio called the new "Hitler", so yeah.... we had "concerns".

  9. 3 hours ago, rodials said:

    I understand what you say, but I am afraid that we can receive some Samba and mulatas.

    There is sort of samba’s drum in the middle-end of the song, so I would not be surprised.

    I trust her and maybe even a “gringo” dancing video would be funny. A part of that, I am not sure she will twerk the same way Anitta can...

    We don't need Carnival and passistas to the samba part. Samba is much more than Carnival. Carnival is a specific party but Samba is a genre of music and it doesn't need to be defined by those ridiculous generalizations, it's much more than that.

    Just look at how embarrassing Beyoncé and Alicia Keys look recording a video that was canned:

    Even the reporter was mocking them :lmao:




  10. 4 hours ago, Je5u5 said:

    My wishlist:

    - Some sort of storyline to keep it in line with the Madame X branding.

    - Mostly outdoors.

    - No carnival theme. This isn't a samba. This is Brazilian funk.

    - Both looking breathtakingly hot.

    - Sexy.

    - Invite some Brazilian celebrities. Most will definitely say yes.


    Thank god for this! I've been saying this all the time but some fans still insist on Carnival theme   :crazy:

    A Carnival theme would be the MOST EMBARRASSING thing ever for her. Talk about being a clueless GRINGO! Anyway, I'm sure Anitta would make sure that wouldn't happen..

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