Madonna’s first album of the 21st century, ‘American Life’ was a leftfield turning point that heralded some of her best work yet.
A collaboration with Timbaland and Pharrell Williams, ‘Hard Candy’ kept Madonna match-fit at the end of the 2000s.
The richest range of Madonna’s creative skills to date, the ‘Rebel Heart’ album emerged as a triumphant victory against the odds.
The most demanding performance of her career, Madonna’s Super Bowl halftime show proved once again why she will always be the “Queen Of Pop”.
Balancing her hit-making instincts with a flair for controversy, the best Madonna albums have built a discography that straddles art and pop.
Aretha Franklin’s ‘Young, Gifted And Black’ album delivered on all fronts: she really was everything its title claimed – and more.
As this list of every one of Madonna’s US and UK number ones shows, the “Queen Of Pop” has well and truly earned her crown.
Pairing up with Chic’s Nile Rodgers, Madonna created ‘Like A Virgin’, arguably the most significant record ever released by a woman.
On her ‘Bedtime Stories’ album, Madonna’s tease remained evident, but had become more soft seduction than confrontational come-on.
A journey through a range of sexually-charged fantasies, the ‘Erotica’ album found Madonna at the frontline of gender politics.
With the ‘Music’ album, Madonna proved the new queens on the block had little chance of catching her critical and commercial momentum.
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