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(Born 1959)

    Madonna has ruled over the hearts of millions of her listeners throughout the world with the magic of her singing. She reached the peak of popularity in the field of western pop music. Madonna got rare achievement when she won Platinum Disc for music three times.

    Madonna was born in 1959 at Rochester in America. Her father was an engineer but she did not have a very happy childhood. Nobody was there to nurture her talent, so she had to keep herself busy in small household chores. She learnt lessons in music from her brother Jackson.

    Madonna learnt to play piano and never looked back. She took part in music competitions. She also played a lead role in a film, but could not achieve success in that direction. But, in music, she earned fame as well as money as a famous pop singer.

    Madonna's voice and her singing style is noted for its freshness. Her clothes and ornaments set the fashion. Thus Madonna is a true representative of western music, dance and beauty.

    Her famous records are 'Crazy for you', 'Like a Virgin', 'Madonna', 'Holiday' etc. Her very first record reached great heights in popularity and sales. She became hit overnight like Michael Jackson. One of her songs 'l am not a thing to touch, I am only for seeing' excites her audience hysterically. This song has become enormously popular. She has touched higher peaks in the world of pop music.

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