Sam Smith and Madonna team up for provocative new song “Vulgar”.

The British artist and the American singer unveil a song in common this Friday, in which they refer their detractors to their critics.

Sam Smith summons the Queen of Pop. For the needs of Vulgarhis new title unveiled this Friday, the British artist called on Madonna: the American singer puts her voice on this provocative title with electro accents.

“I, the QUEEN, and some of the most talented people I know got together in the studio the day after the Grammys, and we created this music,” writes Sam Smith on Instagram.

On February 5, Sam Smith won the Grammy Award for Best Pop Duo for his song Unholy in collaboration with Kim Petras. Their performance that night was introduced by Madonna.

In Vulgar, Sam Smith and Madonna, two artists who sing of sexual freedom in their texts, take up the criticisms that have been made to them during their respective careers and transform them into an object of pride: “Being vulgar is beautiful, dirty, magnificent “, they sing. Before adding: “Say we’re ridiculous, we’ll do more.”

An upcoming world tour for Madonna

Sam Smith and Madonna have surrounded themselves with some of the most prominent shadow workers in the recording industry to achieve Vulgar. Ryan Tedder, singer of One Republic who wrote or co-wrote songs for Beyoncé, Taylor Swift or Adele participated in the development of Vulgaras well as Israeli producer Omer Fedi, who has collaborated with Lil Nas X and Justin Bieber.

Sam Smith unveiled his fourth studio album, Gloria, last January. Madonna will kick off her Celebration Tour in January, a retrospective tour in which she will revisit her 40-year career. It will pass through the Accor Arena on November 12, 13, 19 and 20.

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2023-06-09 12:07:42
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