Madonna has announced that after signing a new publishing deal with Warner Music Group, she will be reissuing several of her albums in deluxe editions.
The artist celebrated her 63rd birthday yesterday (August 16). In celebration of her birthday, Madonna and Warner announced the reissue series commemoration the 40th anniversary of her debut singles 'Everybody' and 'Burning Up', both released in 1982.
In addition to the release, the music label Italians Do It Better has released a compilation of covers of Madonna's greatest hits executive=produced by Johnny Jewel, former Chromatics band member.
In a press release about the upcoming project, Madonna spoke on her new partnership with WMG: “Since the very beginning, Warner Music Group has helped bring my music and vision to all my fans around the world with the utmost care and consideration.
“They have been amazing partners, and I am delighted to be embarking on this next chapter with them to celebrate my catalogue from the last 40 years.”
Madonna's Madame X documentary is also set to air on Paramount + in October. The documentary will follow the icon on her 2019 tour of the same name.
Additionally, the star is currently collaborating with Juno (2007) writer Diablo Cody, on a biopic about her own life.