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Madonna featured on Quavo track 'Champagne Rosé'


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24 minutes ago, Kim said:

You dont seem to like any sort of debate strictmachine.

I for one would be delighted to find out for certain that Madonna did nothing here but send in her vox (recorded one night on her iphone while pished on pink champers

That's what make it so good, :rotfl:

 

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Sounds like cheaply made drivel but I'm proud of the way she supports new artists.

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11 minutes ago, runa said:

That's what make it so good, :rotfl:

Well I don't mind M-dolla coming out the retirement home once in a while, as long as they escort her back securely to avoid escape.

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3 minutes ago, Beastialg said:

In Wikipedia she appears as one of the writers (but not a producer). Can anyone confirm?

She certainly won’t get a producer credit. But there’s no way she’s didnt write her lyrics and the whole Champagne Rose bit - it’s waaaaaaay too Madonna.

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7 minutes ago, Beastialg said:

In Wikipedia she appears as one of the writers (but not a producer). Can anyone confirm?

This was talked about a page or so ago. Shes only credited on Wiki(which isnt a source btw). On Spotify and Tidal she is not credited. So basically we arnt sure but it does sound like something she would write.

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6 minutes ago, Beastialg said:

In Wikipedia she appears as one of the writers (but not a producer). Can anyone confirm?

Wikipedia also credits Cardi B, so my bet is that it's accurate.  Madonna probably wrote her part (lyrics and melody), since that's what she tends to contribute to her songs, but there's no way of verifying this.

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Love that M is still able to surprise us - this just dropped out of nowhere - should tide me over until her new music drops

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Lauren d'Elia produced the vocals. Hopefully this won't be indicative of her vocal production on M14. I couldn't take an entire album of Champagne Rose vocals. Terribly overcompressed, barely recognisable. D'elia seems inexperienced and very of-the-minute. A little worried.

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10 minutes ago, yououghttavogue said:

Lauren d'Elia produced the vocals. Hopefully this won't be indicative of her vocal production on M14. I couldn't take an entire album of Champagne Rose vocals. Terribly overcompressed, barely recognisable. D'elia seems inexperienced and very of-the-minute. A little worried.

well... where do I start ? :banghead:

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https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-news/quavo-drake-cardi-b-madonna-736959/

Drake, Cardi B and Madonna Stole Quavo’s Album From Under Him

Audacious, haphazard and absurd, Quavo Huncho is a debut solo album in name only. At its core, the project is a Quavo-curated playlist. Madonna inexplicably raps over a trap beat with Cardi B on “Champagne Rosé,” Drake continues to say nothing but sound effortlessly cool while doing it and Travis Scott outperforms his frequent collaborator on “Rerun” after years of getting washed. It’s nonsensical in the way most popular rap music is in the streaming age.

After years of mounting pressure from fans and the industry, Quavo’s first full-length foray into solo artistry has an ironic aftertaste. At the height of Quavo-mania in 2017, the Migos frontman commanded 11 percent of the Billboard Hot 100. No song was safe from his Auto-Tuned, slurred melodies. Every video beamed with his diamond-encrusted smile. What Lil Wayne was to the late aughts, Quavo was to a new generation. Instead of being a monument to one of pop’s leading voices, Quavo Huncho is a testament to how far his groupmates, contemporaries and pupils have come in closing the talent gap.

The most glaring theft of a song comes courtesy of Quality Control labelmate and spiritual successor, Lil Baby. On “Lose It,” Baby raps with an energetic determination that makes Quavo sound like he’s trapped in molasses. “Lime Lamborghini sittin’ pretty, that’s Cardi / Blue Lamborghini Diablo, gon’ Offset’s / Havin’ talks in the Wraith, ’bout to Takeoff,” might just be the best couplet of bars on the entire album. Similarly, Takeoff’s “Keep That Shit” verse continues to prove he’s the true North Star, artistically and skill-wise, of Migos.

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I think it's shit, but at the same time Im not a fan of this kind of music..

 As long as this isn't a hint for what we'll get on the album this can be a nice one off.. (if the target audience really likes it she may get a few new fans)

it IS catchy.. it's an earwurm. after hearing it a few times this morning it was stuck in my head for hours..

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omg. i normally despised this genre and never listens to it.

but look what she made me do.

 

i keep listening forever, and its addictive and hypnotic. cant stop.

her tone of voice whether  over-autotuned or not, sounds so pretty. no one could recognise her age when hearing her voice.

rather delightfully sounds so young.

 

i mean i love this little fun and cute track.

 

wow.

 

the queen made me change to the genre from which i rather used to isolate and keep a healthy distance all my life.

this is def. a jam.

the queen!!!

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