Sam Smith And Madonna’s New Song “Vulgar” Is Out

June 9, 2023 / Posted by:

Now that Sam Smith has realized their new goal of being the sexiest slab of raw chicken in the world, they’ve teamed up with Madonna to unleash a new song unto the masses. Initially, Sam and Madge teased an upcoming song, but at that point, it was just speculation. For us, at least. Because, unlike Madge’s upcoming tour that may or may not reach completion, the song is finally here. And since Sam is in their “I wanna be shocking and NEKKID!” phase, teaming up with Madge makes sense. Sam and Madge’s song, aptly titled Vulgar, and it’s the kind of beat you’ll be hearing on your drunkest days while slamming two-for-one Tito’s mules at bars all across the world during Pride.

Pitchfork reports Sam and Madonna, who are going by the moniker S&M (how clever), are ready to dry hump our ears with this track and its thumping beat featuring lyrics that are…well…pretty fuckin’ vulgar. Especially since, at one point, Madge commands a man to get on his knees because she IS Madonna and tells us she’ll “split your banana” if you fuck with Sam Smith.

Sam Smith and Madonna have shared their new song “Vulgar.” In the days leading up to the song’s release, the musicians have shared artwork billing themselves as S&M.

Sam Smith produced “Vulgar” with Ilya (for MXM Productions), Cirkut, Omer Fedi, Ryan Tedder, Jimmy Napes, and Madonna’s vocal producer and engineer, Lauren D’Elia. The single is released via Capitol Records.

And now, here’s the moment you’ve been waiting for! S&M enticing your earholes with their latest attempt at being EDGY!

Whether the song garners love or hate, Madge will always make the moment about herself. And this time, she did that while having an impromptu dance party featuring the track and holding back her innate desire to scream, “I’M BACK BITCHES!!

Now, much like Break My Soul before it, Vulgar will attempt to be the song you can’t escape for the next few months. And speaking of Renaissance, Beyonce may have heard Sam and Madge’s ballroom-influenced track and thought, “How reductive.

Pic: TikTok

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