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Madonna Performs ‘Music’ On ‘The Tonight Show’: Look + Listen

As part of last night’s talk show appearance, Madonna stopped by on The Tonight Show to chat with host Jimmy Fallon about her career and also reimagined her 2000 single “Music” complete with classroom instruments.

Performing with Fallon and the Roots, Madonna reprised her 22-year old pop song with club-ready vibe as the superstar singer played the triangle while Fallon kept the beat on a wooden block with the Roots on backing vocals and other instruments.

During her extensive interview with Jimmy, Madonna addressed her wardrobe mishap during the first MTV Video Music Awards and admitted that, if she wasn’t a singer, she would’ve become a schoolteacher, stating “I’d have a very popular class.” “It would be controversial. It would be challenging. I’d probably end up in jail.”

Born Madonna Louise Ciccone, Lady M stated that the artist she’d most want to collaborate with in the future is Kendrick Lamar saying “His new record is, like, history-making.” “Mind-booglingly brilliant, yeah. It’s insane. So talented.”

Earlier this month, Madonna joined forces with Beyoncé for “Break My Soul (The Queens Remix),” a royal collaboration, that combines her 1990 classic “Vogue” single with Beyoncé rewriting the iconic spoke-sung section, where the Material Girl lists Hollywood stars from the Golden Age. In Queen Bey’s new take, she pays homage to both current and past influential Black women who’ve been game-changers for the culture — from Aaliyah, Rosetta Tharpe and Santigold, to Rihanna, Nicki Minaj and Chloe x Halle.

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Author: Saul Goode

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