Madonna is putting a raunchy, modern spin on her 2005 classic “Hung Up,” and her fans are eating it up!
On Tuesday, the Queen of Pop released the music video for “Hung Up on Tokischa,” a remix of the Confessions on the dance floor hit with Dominican rapper Tokischa, whom Madonna has seen kissing on multiple occasions throughout the video.
In the music video, directed by Sasha Kasiuha, Madonna, 62, and Tokischa, 26, are seen dancing, kissing and apparently praying in the middle of a dance party.
Parts of Madonna’s original vocals are still present on the remix, as Tokischa (real name Tokischa Altagracia Peralta Juárez) incorporates her rap skills.
The “Vogue” singer shared a snippet of the video on Instagram, writing, “Tokischa hung up—- Video now! 👅🔥👅🔥👅🔥 @tokischa.popola.”
The music video was filmed in Washington Heights in New York City, and according to page sixthe cops came and tried to shut it down due to noise complaints from annoying neighbors.
Originally released on Madonna Confessions on the dance floor In 2005, “Hung Up” topped the charts in various countries around the world and reached number 7 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States.
“Hung Up on Tokischa” follows Madonna’s release of finally enough love last month, which features remixes of the 50 Madonna songs that topped the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart.
Before that, he released “Material Gworrllllllll!” with Saucy Santana – a 1984 remix “Material Girl” — in August and a remix of her 1998 song “Frozen” with rapper 070 Shake in March.
Last month, Madonna uploaded a Q&A video to her YouTube channel called “Finally Enough Talk: 50 Questions with Madonna.”
Throughout the nearly seven-minute clip, Madonna provided the same one-word answer to her biggest guilty pleasure, astrological sign, current favorite obsession, secret to success, life mantra, and the act that keeps her going: “Sex. “.
He also teased an upcoming new album, a return to the house music genre, and a possible 2023 tour in support of his record-breaking 50 number one singles. Billboard Dance Club songs frame.
When asked about the idea of getting back in the studio with Britney Spears, her friend and “Me Against the Music” collaborator, she said excitedly in the video, “I can’t wait to work with Britney again.” (In the clip’s closing blooper reel, she also yelled, “She’s Britney, bitch!”)
Madonna also offered some wisdom, including her life motto: “Don’t fuck with the queen,” and how she finds inspiration after more than four decades in the music industry.
“Inspiration is endless,” he explained. “If you are a curious person and you are paying attention to life, you will never stop feeling inspired.”
Madonna was also recently seen sitting front row at Tom Ford’s New York Fashion Week show earlier this month with two of her children, Lourdes Leon, 25, and Rocco Ritchie, 22.