She is a pop icon who rose to fame decades ago with her groundbreaking music and feminist message.

And Madonna, who turns 60 on August 16, has a bone to pick with the music of today, insisting during an interview with Vogue Italia, 'Everyone sounds the same.'
The star - who currently lives in Lisbon, Portugal, slammed mainstream music in the U.S. for being 'formulaic' and having too many guest artists.
'[Living in Lisbon] is also such a nice antidote to what's going on in the music business now where everything's so formulaic, she told the publication.
'Every song has 20 guest artists on it, and everyone sounds the same. Something's gotta give,' she continued.
The Material Girl singer slammed her birth-country, explaining that she was pleased to be away from America at the moment.
'I felt like we needed a change, and I wanted to get out of America for a minute – as you know, this is not America’s finest hour – not that leaving America makes anything different or changes anything,' she said.
The mother-of-six chose to move to Lisbon so that her adopted son David Banda, 12, could attend a prestigious soccer academy there.
She is birth mother to Lourdes, 21, and 18-year-old Rocco, and has adopted David, Mercy, 12, and 5-year-old twins Estere and Stella.
The Desperately Seeking Susan star revealed that she's still not afraid to take risk with her life choices.
Speaking of living outside of the U.S, she said: 'I’ve lived in other places; I lived in London for 10 years. I like to put myself in uncomfortable situations and take risks.'
Madonna confirmed earlier this year that she would be releasing her new album later in 2018.

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