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Manager Guy Oseary Wants To Get to The Bottom of Madonna Leaks

Guy Oseary Madona

According to Billboard, a 40 second leak of a song from Madonna’s upcoming album provides tantalizing hints as to what is in store, but Madonna’s manager Guy Oseary is not happy. On Twitter, he wrote, “I would be grateful to any Madonna fans who can assist us in finding out who is responsible for the leak. We appreciate your help.”

Well, Madonna fans are more likely listening to it than finding out who is responsible for it (could it be a publicity stunt? Heaven forfend!). TowerRoad reports that the lyrics of the leak express the singer’s feelings about media criticism lobbed at her through the years with “I’ve spent some time as a narcissist, hearing others say ‘look at you, look at you.’ Trying to be so provocative. I said, ‘Oh yeah, that was me. All the things I did to be seen.”

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Rumor has it that the song is RebelHeart, since Madonna used the hastag #rebelheart often on Instagram. Other speculate that she is teaming up with Swedish EDM DJ  Avicii, because she posted a picture of the two of them on Instagram.

The album is going to be released in 2015, so we’ll find out before long.



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