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Madonna to Give Out 'Licorice' in April 2008

December 7, 2007 (3:51 am) GMT
Madonna has given her 11th album a title called 'Licorice' which will be dropped sometime in April next year.
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has opened her studio work mystery by unveiling the title of the album. The pop diva who has penned to be a major collaborator in the project is naming the 11th studio album 'Licorice'.

It is now scheduled to hit the shelves in April 2008 with two leaked songs 'Candy Shop' and 'The Beat Goes On' expected to be in the tracklist. Words are also high that there will be a new version of 'The Devil Wouldn't Recognize You', an unreleased song that was written with songwriter Patrick Leonard for a shelved musical plus a -featuring version of 'The Beat Goes On'.

Of the overall album, Williams, who produced several tracks said, "It was crazy. I don't want to say too much. I'd rather wait for you to hear it. It's awesome though, it makes the speakers bleed. It's hot!" Another producer, , also gushed that it would be "Holiday with an R&B groove."

Post this album, there is a plan to record for Artist Nation as part of her new deal with concert promoter Live Nation but after releasing a greatest hits first. It also rumored back in September that she will launch a major world tour to celebrate her 50th milestone that will fall in August next year.

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