Madonna will release a remix collection celebrating her 50 number one hits

Don’t go for second best baby… Madonna’s releasing a remix collection!

an image of Madonna's Finally Enough Love album cover. She is wearing sunglasses and surrounded by the names of each title of her songs from over the years.
Image: via twitter @_chartsmadonna

Madonna is getting into the groove once again and releasing a remix album named Finally Enough Love.

The collection will honour her record breaking number of chart topping tunes.

There will be a total of two collections: one will contain 50 of her favourite remixes and the second collection will be an abridged 16 track version.

The 50 track collection will mostly run in chronological order beginning with 1983’s ‘Holiday’ and running all the way through to 2019’s ‘I Don’t Search I Find’. 

Madonna has handpicked these remixes herself and for some of them, this will be the first time they have ever been released.

The beloved singer recently became the first artist to lead Billboard’s Dance Club Songs chart for the 50th time.

This achievement makes her the first and only recording artist to have 50 number one hits on any Billboard chart.

The Queen of Pop herself spoke with Billboard about her exciting announcement saying that “Dance is my first love, so every time one of my songs is celebrated in the clubs and recognized on the charts it feels like home!!”.

Each Madonna remix has been remastered by Mike Dean, the acclaimed producer of her latest albums, Madame X and Rebel Heart.

The two part album releases mark the first creative projects as part of a newly announced partnership between Madonna and Warner Music Group.

Madonna has thankfully released ‘Into The Groove (You Can Dance Remix Edition)’ to get us fans ready for what’s to come…

Finally Enough Love will be available on both CD and vinyl and a limited edition LP version in red and black will also be available for purchase.

The album is currently scheduled for a June 24 release on music platforms such as Spotify and Apple Music and an August 19 release in physical formats. 

Now shouldn’t you be listening? Don’t just stand there, let’s get to it!

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