Madonna List Of New Album Collaborators Grows To Include MoZella, S1 And Toby Gad

Apr 17th, 2014 // 6 Comments
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Madonna isn’t taking any chances with her new LP. The pop icon has been cooking up tunes with EDM hitmaker du jour Avicii as well as collaborating with fellow diva/gun songwriter Natalia Kills. Now you can add MoZella, Symbolyc One (often referred to as S1) and Toby Gad to that extremely promising list.

So who are Madonna’s latest collaborators? Toby Gad should be familiar to most of you as the man who penned Beyonce‘s “If I Were A Boy” and Fergie‘s “Big Girls Don’t Cry”. S1 has also worked with Queen Bey (he produced “Best Thing I Never Had”), while MoZella was actually signed to Maverick Records — the Material Girl’s old label — in the early ’00s and released a couple of great albums and EPs.

Now she’s perhaps best known for writing Miley Cyrus‘ brilliant “Wrecking Ball”. With this trio on board, it’s a pretty safe bet that they are working on a ballad. Which is great news because you need an occasional break from the floorfillers and some of Madonna’s best songs are slow jams (“Live To Tell”, “Take A Bow” and “Rain”).

Are you excited for Madonna’s new LP? Let us know in the comments below.

[Via Pink Is The New Blog].

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  1. calin

    I like that she’s collaborating with different people. It’s goiing to be great!!!

  2. JL

    Sooooo excited!!!!!!!

  3. Rob

    Going to be best album of 2014, the only artist to move with the times MADONNA is the only artist who I’ve all albums and she never fails.

  4. Jp

    Couldn’t be more excited.

  5. David

    I couldn’t be less excited, Madonna used to be the one who caught onto trends that were underground and interesting before anyone else – now she’s just working with bland top 10 artists and making bland albums.

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