Madonna is probably one of the very few singers who have this amazing chameleon-like ability to adapt to the changing times. One proof of her versatility is her recently released song “Crave,” the result of her collaboration with rapper, singer and songwriter Swae Lee.

While most sixty-year-olds are content to retire and enjoy a more relaxed lifestyle, Madonna obviously has no such plans. In “Crave,” the singer is seen showing her modern dance moves to the beat of her new pop and trap ballad.

“Crave” is the third song that Madonna released after “Medellín” and “I Rise.” The previously released songs also showcase the singer’s versatility when it comes to genre. In “Medellin,” she partnered with Colombian singer and songwriter Juan Luis Londoño Arias, also known as Maluma. As a result, the song has a distinct Latin quality to it.

On the other hand, Madonna chose to go solo on “I Rise.” Nevertheless, people have been praising it for the very strong self-empowerment message it contains.

All songs are part of Madonna’s upcoming album, Madame X. The 15-track album is slated for release this June 14.

Meanwhile, Madonna still remains a magnet to controversies even at 60. In her recent Eurovision 2019 performance, many were surprised when they noticed that two of her dancers have the Israeli and Palestinian flags in their costumes.

This prompted the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) to issue an explanation for the incident. “This element of the performance was not part of the rehearsals which had been cleared with the EBU and the host broadcaster, KAN,” a spokesperson said.

Apparently, the show’s organizers have already informed Madonna of the nature of the event. “The Eurovision Song Contest is a non-political event and Madonna had been made aware of this,” the rep continued.

Many now believe that it was deliberate on the singer’s part. Madonna released a pre-recorded video prior to her performance that warned to never “underestimate the power of music to bring people together.”

Her “Like A Prayer” also received some criticisms about her voice. Lately, Madonna posted a video of her performance, but many say that her voice has been edited in the uploaded video.

Madonna Madonna attends the "Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garcons: Art of the In-Between" Costume Institute Gala at Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 1, 2017, in New York City. Mike Coppola/Getty Images for People.com