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Although heavily criticized for provocative behaviour in music videos such as: Like A Virgin and Like A Prayer (the church sex scene) and who can forget that kiss she gave to Britney Spears and Christina Aguillera on the MTV Music Awards show a couple years ago, Madonna has indeed made her mark in the music recording industry.

And what a career she has had indeed. Putting out catchy numbers as: Papa don´t Preach, Frozen, and Dress You Up just to name a few, Madonna´s music career has had a wide reach over her twenty plus years in the business. And provocative behaviour aside, Madonna does have others in the business who may look up to her as a sort of role model.

So it was probably no surprise to anyone when Justin Timberlake and Timbaland teamed up on Madonna´s latest catchy number titled: 4 Minutes. And although Mr. Timberlake and Timbaland have impacted the music world with their styles of music, while working with Madonna on this 4 Minutes hit, they must have felt as if they were truly working with one of the greatest pop icons in the world.

For Madonna´s albums do contain the hits. I have not come across one of her albums or cds that does not contain at least one hit. And as far as the Timberlake/Timbaland collaboration goes? Wise choice indeed by all concerned.

Peace and unity begin with all of us- Judy Ramsook

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The following comments are for "4 Minutes with Madonna, Justin Timberlake and Timbaland"
by JudyRamsook

Madonna VS Annie Lennox
Hi Desvelado,

Gees, I was unaware of the Annie Lennox bit, and thanks.

( Posted by: JudyRamsook [Member] On: April 6, 2008 )

4 Minutes with Madonna..
Hi everyone,

That church sex scene in the first paragraph should read: church kissing scene. Sorry, my mistake.

( Posted by: JudyRamsook [Member] On: April 7, 2008 )

Ah, Madonna
The conniving, cynically-motivated, self-deluding surgical accident, pop-tart and all round mockney rip-off-merchant. It intrigues me that anyone would want to give her the oxygen of publicity, when there are far more pressing issues and far more deserving musical artists out there. Personally, I would no more call her output music than I would call a Happy Meal haute cuisine. She pissed me off in the eighties, she pissed me off in the nineties, and she pisses me off- if this is possible- even more now; the band-wagon-jumping, attention-seeking relentlessly marketed non-event! And, while were about it, could somebody please explain to me why a woman who professes to care about the plight of poor kids in Africa would do a multi-million pound advert for Gap? Just type the words Gap and Sweatshop in to Google and see what comes up. Far as Im concerned shes a venal lower life-form, and 4 minutes with her would be too damn long

and there goes my blood-pressure. thanks Judy ;)

( Posted by: AuldMiseryGuts [Member] On: April 7, 2008 )

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