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 October 13

by Carolina

Madonna goes to bed at 4 am.

A 63-year-old singer with six children claimed to be “night owl” and the most creative at night.

Asked how she felt about having an interview at 1am, she said: I’m used to staying up late. I stay up late.

“”[I go to bed at] 4am … It’s getting late. “

And when Maluma, who was interviewing her in Rolling Stone’s Musicianson Musicians series, remembered how the first studio session began at 8 pm, she shouted:

“I have the theory that people born during the day feel the most alive during the day, and those born at night feel the most creative and alive at night.”

The “Beautiful Stranger” hit maker then teased her “Medellin” collaborator to maintain “old man’s time.”

He states: “I wake up at 6am every morning and go to the gym.

“I went to workout, then went to the studio, and had time to play with the dog, and finished between 8 and 9 pm. I go to bed.”

Madonna replied: “You are old. They are old man’s time. Do you go to bed at 8 o’clock? It’s crazy.”

Meanwhile, the “Ray of Light” singer is currently writing a script for her biography, admitting that it is a “drainage” experience.

She states:

“It’s kind of like psychotherapy because you have to remember all the details from childhood to the present.

“Everything I decided to be myself, my journey as an artist, my decision to leave Michigan for New York, everything that happened to me when I was young and naive, Seeing my family, friends, and many of my friends die — sometimes I have a sleeping session and I just want to cry. You know what I’m saying, right?

“Importantly, I realized that I had forgotten a lot, remembered, digged deeper, and tried to remember the experience of both joy and trauma that I felt at one moment. .. I have a crazy life. I noticed that I sent it. “

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