Sam Smith and Madonna Really Get ‘Vulgar’ in Their New Collab Single

‘Vulgar’ marks the English singer’s first release since they unleashed their fourth album, ‘Gloria’, which was supported by four singles, including ‘Love Me More’ and ‘Unholy’ ft. Kim Petras among others.

AceShowbizSam Smith and Madonna‘s collaboration is finally out. On Friday, June 9, the English singer and the Queen of Pop released their joint single “Vulgar” and the song is full of provocative lyrics.

Sam kicks off the tune by singing, “Vulgar/ Speak, b***h, and say our f**king names/ It’s Sam and Madonna.” He goes on, “Look like I’m dressed to kill, love how I make me feel/ All black in stripper heels, move like Madonna/ Rich like I’m in the Louvre, got nothin’ left to prove/ You know you’re beautiful when they call you vulgar/ I do what I wanna, I go when I gotta.”

Madonna then chimes in, “Let’s get into the groove, you know just what to do/ Boy, get down on your knees ’cause I am Madonna.” The iconic songstress continues, “If you f**k with Sam tonight, you’re f**king with me/ So watch what you say or I’ll split your banana/ We do what we wanna, we say what we gotta/ We’re sexy and free and we feel.”

The “Stay With Me” hitmaker and the “Back That Up to the Beat” singer announced their collaboration on May 31. At that time, the latter shared a cover art for the track that showed a black-and-white shot of two cinched corsets being put side-by-side with their initials, “S&M”.

In the caption, Madonna wrote, “VULGAR…………. new song out Friday June 9th @samsmith.” Sam also promoted the song on their own Instagram page.

“Vulgar” marks Sam’s first release since they dropped their fourth album, “Gloria”. The project was supported by four singles such as “Love Me More”, “Unholy” ft. Kim Petras, “Gimme” ft. Koffee and Jessie Reyez as well as “I’m Not Here to Make Friends”.

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