When Madonna and Quavoinitially linked up for their Quavo Huncho collaboration on "Champagne Rosé," the results were... questionable. The song was ambitious but something about Madonna features on hip-hop albums in 2018 is just offputting. There are those who are fans of the song, which is respectable but its detractors largely outweighed those in favour of the track. Now, people get to form new opinions on the absurd Quavo x Madonna duo because they've just completed another cut for the pop star's upcoming Madame X album.
Ahead of its release next month, Madonna shared her tracklist with several appearances from Maluma as well as features from Swae Lee, Quavo, and others. After "Champagne Rosé," people were curious to see how Madonna and Quavo would bounce back and they've effectively done so with their new collaboration "Future." The two vocalists sing as if they're living in the future, doing all they can to shape the way music is seen and believing that they're truly the influencers of the world. "Not everyone is coming to the future," says Madonna, forgetting that's she's far removed from her prime.
The song has officially been released in select international markets and it's scheduled to hit shelves worldwide at midnight. Are you feeling this one? Madame X comes out on June 14.
Not everyone is coming to the future
Not everyone is learning from the past
Not everyone can come into the future
Not everyone that's here is gonna last