june 16, 2015


has recruited a staggering lineup of pop peers for her upcoming "Bitch I'm Madonna" music video, and teased the epic collaboration on social media on Tuesday, June 16. The Grammy winner, 56, posted a photo to Twitter and Instagram of her "Bitch I'm Madonna" collaborators, upping the ante of her duet with Nicki Minaj. Madonna and Minaj, 32, are joined in the video by none other than Beyonce, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, and Rita Ora.bitch im madonna

"Video coming soon!" wrote the "Rebel Heart" singer, who originally hyped "Bitch I'm Madonna" for a Tuesday release. "Just tryin to make it perfect for all of you. we are hard werking bitches! #bitchimmadonna."

Madge has yet to confirm whether the star-studded visuals will still see a Tuesday release or if the video is still being fine-tuned. When it does debut, "Bitch I'm Madonna" may be some serious competition for Taylor Swift and her bestie-starring "Bad Blood" music video. Superstar women missing from the lineup include Lady Gaga, Rihanna, and Swift herself. Madonna is expected to premiere the video on Jay Z's Tidal streaming service, of which she is a part-owner. Minaj and Hov's wife Beyonce are also involved in the project, which is still working to establish itself in the music landscape.  

"Bitch I'm Madonna" is the latest cut off of the music performer's 2015 album Rebel Heart. Madonna's 13th studio album made its debut this past March, featuring the singles "Living for Love" and "Ghosttown."

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