Madonna duets with daughter

Madonna duets with daughter

Madonna has collaborated with her daughter on a track.

The 52-year-old superstar has teamed up with Lourdes, 14, on the song ‘It’s So Cool’ and it is set to either feature on her next album or on the soundtrack LP to her directorial debut movie ‘W.E.’.

Madonna hopes the collaboration will be the springboard which launches Lourdes on the path to pop success.

A source told The Sun newspaper: “Madonna hopes Lourdes will step into her shoes and become one of the biggest female artists in the world. She is the perfect mentor for her daughter and is keen to assist her first steps into the music industry.”

And it seems the teenager shares her famous mother’s talent for singing and has also inherited her outgoing personality.

The source added: “Lourdes has a great voice and plenty of character like her mother.”

Madonna and Lourdes first record the song acoustically together eight years ago in 2003, and it was then reworked as a pop track and released via iTunes as a bonus track for the ‘Hung Up’ singer’s 2009 greatest hits LP ‘Celebration’.

However, Lourdes’ parts were removed from that version.

The track is not the first collaboration between mother and daughter.

Last year, the pair teamed up to launch teen clothing range Material Girl, which consists of clothes, footwear, handbags, jewellery and various accessories.

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