Pop Singer Madonna’s contract with Interscope Records has expired after 10 years with the label. She signed a three-album deal with the Universal Music Group company in 2011. And released “MDNA” in 2012, “Rebel Heart” in 2015 and, most recently, “Madame X” in 2019.
Madonna posted a post on instagram and wrote,”No YouTube, No Vine, No The Voice, No American Idol, No Disney. Just $35 dollars and a dream.”
The sun reported through a music insider,”Madonna is still a force to be reckoned with.
The fact is, she sells records, people around the world adore her and every label would love to have her on their books. Now that her deal with Interscope has come to an end, she is a free agent and can choose where to go next — and Warner feels like the best place given their history. But Madonna comes at a hefty price. She can command big money and wants to make sure whatever deal she signs is the best thing for her and her music.”
Madonna started her first-ever music deal back in 1982 with Sire Records, which is owned by Warner Music Group and distributed by Warner Records. Later, she released her self-titled debut album in 1983, “Like a Virgin” (1984), “True Blue” (1986) and “Like a Prayer” (1989).
Her album “Erotica” (1992) and “Bedtime Stories” (1994) were co-released by Sire and Maverick, an entertainment company that was co-founded by Madonna, although she left in 2004 after a lawsuit between the company and WMG.