Madonna Releases Finally Enough Love Album

Madonna Releases Finally Enough Love Album

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Madonna Releases Finally Enough Love Album

The announcement comes a day after Madonna's wild Pride concert in NYC.

The announcement comes a day after Madonna's wild Pride concert in NYC.

Text: Ellie Beeck

Madonna released a 16-track album, Finally Enough Love, which compiles some of her greatest hits.

The album comes two months ahead of the 50-track version, Finally Enough Love: 50 Number Ones, which is set to be released on Aug. 19 and contains over 220 minutes of remixes, along with features from Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake, and Nicki Minaj.

Both albums, specially curated by Madonna herself, were created in celebration of her most recent milestone, when she became the first artist to have 50 number one hits on any single Billboard chart. Madonna has dominated the Dance Club chart since the '80s.

The Finally Enough Love CD and LP covers.

The album releases mark the beginning of a partnership between Madonna and Warner Music Group, and the first in a series of moves which will celebrate her iconic, groundbreaking career.

The announcement comes a day after Madonna's headline-making performance at NYC's Terminal 5. The "WoW, FINALLY ENOUGH LOVE" show was created for Pride month, to celebrate and uplift the LGBTQIA+ community. Madonna took to the stage with Saucy Santana to preform the new remix "Material Gwerll," and then broke the internet when she shared a kiss with Tokischa during their rendition of "Hung up on Tokischa."

Other guests at the show included Bob the Drag Queen, Pixie Aventura, and Madonna’s son David Banda.

Credits: Cover image: Steven Klein

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