Madonna is Madame X, and being an experienced dance instructor is just one of her many identities. In this music video to the first single off her 14th studio album, she shows the young Maluma more than just how to dance the Cha-cha.
In the third music video for Madonna's Madame X album, she takes on the mythos of Joan of Arc with a portrayal by Mykki Blanco and uses it to comment on how a simple revolutionary idea is still relevant today.
The video begins with four young girls in outfits inspired by Madonna's iconic "Like a Virgin" performance at the 1984 MTV Video Music Awards, who mime the opening lines of the song. ... See full summary »
Batuque is a style of music created by women that originated in Cape Verde, some say the birthplace of slave trade. The drums were condemned by the church and taken away from the slaves ... See full summary »
Orquestra de Batukadeiras de Portugal,
The video for the song was shot by fashion photographers Mert and Marcus, who previously worked with Madonna for the photo-magazine for Interview magazine and photo shoots for the MDNA ... See full summary »
The video was directed by the French duo Julien Choquart and Camille Hirigoyen, together known as J.A.C.K. It was edited by Danny B.Tull, styled by B. Akerlund and choreographed by Megan ... See full summary »