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Madonna Has a 'Super Weird' Song, Says Collaborator Diplo

August 23, 2014 (4:59 am) GMT
The DJ, who's been working with Madge for her new album, reveals that the yet-to-be-titled song was made when he and the pop superstar once got drunk in the studio.

has a "super weird" song, claims who's been working with the pop superstar for her upcoming 13th studio album. Gracing the cover of Billboard's latest issue, the DJ says in an accompanying interview with the music magazine that the track was made while they were drunk in the studio.

"Late one night in the studio we got a little bit drunk and she improvised a little hook and we made a song out of it," he recalls. "I think it's going to be a breakthrough if she can manage to get everything together and get it out properly."

Madonna's yet-to-be-titled album has been in the works for a while. In addition to Diplo, the "Material Girl" hitmaker has enlisted and singer Natalia Kills for what will be the follow-up to 2012's "".

Ariel Rechtshaid, who's worked with everyone from to , and MNEK are also involved in the project. Diplo reveals the two will appear in one track Madge's willing to record.

Of what the collaboration will sound like, he explains, "That song is on like version 20. It went from a piano ballad to a 'Turn Down for What'-style song [by & ], which I didn't like. Now it's somewhere in the middle."

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