Madonna has released a short documentary entitled World of Madame X, which gives a behind-the-scenes look into the making of her latest album Madame X.
In the 23-minute documentary, Madonna is seen in Lisbon, Portugal, where the album was born. She also reveals how she was given the name Madame X when she was 19 years old and taking dance classes in New York.
In a clip, Madonna says of her time living in Lisbon, "I came to Lisbon because of my son. Because of his passion for playing football. That's how it all began. I was a soccer mom."
Additionally, the megastar explains how she entered into the creation of Madame X while in Lisbon. "Whilst I was happy to be out of America, to look at the world from another point of view... I started to feel frustrated as an artist. And quite lonely. I didn't really know anybody. I felt the same way when I first came to New York when I was 19 years old. I knew that I had to find my tribe."
There are two new Amazon Original remixes of Madame X tracks from Robbie Rivera and Erick Morillo available when you say "Alexa play the Amazon Original by Madonna" on enabled devices.
World of Madame X is available to watch exclusively on Amazon Prime Video.
Check out a clip from the short documentary below.
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