UPDATE: I have been informed though this is a new leak, it's before "Rebel Heart." AKA I'm a flop. Enjoy your night.
If a day ends in "y," assume another Madonna demo from "Rebel Heart" leaked.
The thieves spreading Madonna's music are ripping the bandaid off as slow as possible after the initial leaks, sharing her entire body of work one day at a time.
After 13 demos surfaced online, Madonna was left with no choice but to release some of the official versions on YouTube and put the unfinished album up for pre-order on iTunes.
"We're having to think outside the box. Think on our feet," Madonna told Billboard last week after the leak. "I didn't plan to put my record out this way. I wanted to… plan everything in advance. Release the single, shoot a video, start talking about my record. And you know, prepare for the release of the entire album and have everything set up just so. I mean, that's the kind of person I am. I think that's the best way to do it. But we sort of were left with no choice."
It was downhill from there.
Another five demos leaked not long after that interview, then 14 more, then another one after.
I'm afraid that isn't all.
A new demo titled "Arioso" hit the net - a ballad showcasing Madonna's softer side off "Rebel Heart." It's one of the weaker demos that leaked; a five-minute slow-song where Madonna sings about nobody knowing what it's like to be her (or enjoy her $800 million fortune). She hums towards the end of it, catapulting fans back to 1998 when "Frozen" was pop music innovation.
Madonna must be completely over it, and I honestly don't blame her. All the demos are unique and a huge improvement from the last several (yes, bitch, I said several) albums she's released. However, where there's a will, there's a way - not all is lost and if done correctly, these leaks can be a great marketing tool to promote her future "Rebel Heart" work.