Madonna guest of luxury of the next album of Christine and The Queens
This is one of the spring event collaborations that are coming. Madonna will be one of the prestigious guests of the next album of Christine and The Queens. This was announced by the French artist – who must now be gendered in the masculine – and his record company this Wednesday, March 8. The interpreter of “Saint-Claude” unveiled an extract from this future disc on social networks at the same time.
“To be honest”, a sober and intense electro track, written and composed by Christine, will be featured in “Paranoia, angels, true love”, an album which will be released on vinyl CD and digital on June 9, co-produced with Mike Dean , collaborator of Beyoncé and Lana Del Rey among others. We will find the very trendy American rapper 070 Shake on two of the 20 titles and Madonna on three songs.
The American star has never hidden that she was a fan of Christine and the Queens. “I love his music. What I like is that she gives the impression of not attaching importance to the gaze of the other. She has style! She’s an absolutely amazing dancer. She’s just cool, “she confided on the set of the” Grand Journal “on Canal + in March 2015, when the singer’s first album was the sensation of the moment.
Several shows in France and abroad for Christine and the Queens
In December of the same year, she invited Christine on the stage of the Accor Arena for a few dance steps by her side, the time of her sulphurous “Unapologetic bitch” (translate “unscrupulous bitch”). By the way, she had given him a – fake – spanking before saying again in front of 20,000 spectators that she was one of his “big fans”. “After that, I can die in peace,” Christine replied then. No wonder then to see this mutual admiration turn into a real collaboration to be discovered at the beginning of June.
On the concert side Christine and the Queens, who dropped his Redcar name used for his previous record and last show at Cirque d’hiver prepares several shows in France and abroad. For the third time, he will be on view at the prestigious Coachella festival in California in April and the master of ceremonies at the Meltdown Festival in London in June, where an artist has carte blanche each year for several evenings. Robert Smith of The Cure, Patti Smith or David Bowie had already had the honors of the event, but this is a first for a Frenchman. Christine is also expected on May 28 at Art Rock in Saint-Brieuc and at other summer festivals to be announced soon.