Medellin: I like some reggeaton songs, but I'm just not in this one... is so fresh and innovate anyway.
Dark Ballet: Is the kind of song you just love or hate.... extremely experimental and risky, I thinks it works like a opening to the real Madame X even better than Medellin. The piano is amazing.
God Control: A piece of art, works perfectly next to Dark Ballet and before Future.... I feel it like a Like a prayer sequel.
Future: Interesting lyrics, even with the autotune her vocals sound a little raw, but after 1:30 minutes the sound is boring.
Batuka: Is not my kind of song... so repetitive, but like the others is innovate. The end is good.
Killers Who Are Partyng: I get the thing, but something in the music sounds unfinished, and this is not necessary bad. But especially this song would sound so much better without the autotune.
Crave: The most pop-friendly song with Crazy. The album needs some break from the political and experimental sounds. Even this song is a little bit experimental.
Crazy: I love the chorus. I feel the song have a "christmas" vibe haha. Remind me to the vibe of her first album.
Come Alive: Yeah, is like a Body shop 2.0 but is better.
Extreme Occident: This song don't have a coherent estructure, even some parts sound out of place. Like some text turn into a song, but it makes it a more real lyrics, and I love that.
Faz Gostoso: I just not in this one.
Bitch I'm Loca: I feel this song totally off of the album concept. This should be a bonus track or in the Maluma album. I just don't get it. Repetitive, and the less experimental song (with the music trend, even this is experimental for Madonna)
I Don't Search I Find
I like the 90's vibe, but is not my favorite. The lyrics are a bit repetitive and without much new things. Musically is good.
Looking for Mercy: The ballad every album needs. I wish it had less autotune, but I think it works with the music. A beautiful cover of a beautiful song.
I Rise: A excellent closer. The lyrics of the song are beautiful. At the end of the travel she reminds what really matters. The metaphore of death works perfectly. (I get it like a double metaphore, like a rise above the government, and all this shit but a the same time like a soul going up, in some part she mentioned guns, I feel it like a standing up for your rights even at the death.)