Madonna Louise is popularly the most famous pop diva and the Queen of pop music born on 1958. She grew in both Italian and French families since her father was Italian and her mother was French Canadian. Her mother died of cancer while she was still at tender age and left Madonna several siblings among them are Paula, Mario, and Jenifer among others. Early ages, Madonna attended classes for grand piano, jazz and participated in other school activities. She got a scholarship at Michigan University for two years but she quit before the period elapsed and went to Corona in New York for professional dance and acting studies. In this time she participated in several dancing activities and acted a film known as a certain sacrifice among other activities.
By 1979, she joined a disco outfit and took her to Paris where she met Gilroy who later became her boyfriend and went back to New York. Madonna and Gilroy formed a pop dance club where she played drums but later became the singer. After a year, she left Gilroy and joined her former boyfriend where they formed a band, which never lasted, and they quit and went to work on disco tracks making Madonna famous locally. When she performed these tracks, she met with the New York producer, Mark Kamins who directed her to Sire Records and by the year 1982, she signed in.
The track “Ain’t No Big Deal” was her first demo to perform in Sire Records and the track written by Stephen her frequent collaborator. After several years, Madonna released a single album “Like a Virgin” which topped on the charts and she sold out more than any other artists did in the year of her first release. Many girls liked her style of dressing, actions, which saw them, emulate, and from then she gained more fame. Her life went on and she gained the popularity as the Queen of pop music during her times with her music played today.
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