Album Review: Madonna - MDNA

Madonna - MDNA

Style: Dance Pop
Pros: Better than I thought it would have been.
Cons: No real stand out tracks that fly high above the rest.
Overview: After her mediocre debut song Give Me All Your Luvin,' I wasn't too excited for Madonna's upcoming album. However, I did manage to drag myself to listen to MDNA in it's entirety and the result: it's okay. I like some songs, some I'll pass, and the others fall somewhere in the middle. The production, for the most part, is pretty good, featuring producers, Benny Benassi, Martin Solveig, and William Orbit among the few. I personally like Benassi's stylings better fitting to Madonna's vocals than Solveig's. MDNA is one of those albums that could have blown me away with all the talent involved, but just manages to be borderline okay. If you're wondering, MDNA comes no where close to Madonna's collab with Stuart Price on Confessions on a Dancefloor.
Tops Songs: Girl Gone Wild; I'm Addicted; Masterpiece
3 out of 5

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Purchase:Mdna (Deluxe Version) [Explicit]

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