Madonna has announced that she will be releasing a new album later this year.
The 59-year-old made the announcement in an interview with Vogue Italia and also talked about her life in Lisbon, following her move to the Portuguese capital last year.
“I’ve just met lots of really amazing musicians, and I’ve ended up working with a lot of these musicians on my new record, so Lisbon has influenced my music and my work.”
“How could it not? I don’t see how I could have gone through that year without being informed by all this input of culture,” the singer told Vogue Italia.
The Queen of Pop moved to Lisbon so that her 12-year-old son, David Banda, could follow his dream of becoming a professional footballer.
“A lot of people say to me, ‘You must really want your son to be a successful soccer player, your oldest daughter (Lourdes) to be a dancer, Rocco to be a painter.’”
“And I always say no, what I want my children to be is loving, compassionate, responsible human beings,” the singer explained.
Madonna is planning on releasing her Portuguese-inspired album by the end of the year.