Madonna's 'Superstar': Singer Releases Snippet Featuring Daughter Lourdes Leon (LISTEN)

Madonna Shares The Mic With Lourdes On New Track

Madonna has released yet another snippet of her upcoming MDNA album. The preview, from a track called "Superstar," features her daughter Lourdes Leon -- otherwise known as Lola -- singing backup on the chorus.

"Superstar" is a follow-up to Madonna's 1998 anthem to new motherhood, "Little Star," in which Madonna crooned, "Never forget who you are, little star."

It seems that the new track, much like its predecessor, was written in honor of Madge's talented teen daughter, with sweet, if a bit trying lyrics like, "You're Abe Lincoln because you fight for what's right." It seems only fitting that Lola would lend her vocals to the track.

This isn't the first song from Madonna's MDNA to leak online. "I'm Addicted," Madge's techno love song, was leaked in early March, and blogger Perez Hilton has reportedly nabbed the entire album (and will be leaking the tracks up until the album's release on March 26).

Lola, 15, has been spending more time in the spotlight these days. The LaGuardia High School student is not only co-designing the Material Girl line with her famous mom, but also recentlystarred in a viral video for the brand.


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