Miley, Beyonce, John Legend & Fergie Hitmakers Now Helping Madonna with New Album

Image Courtesy Madonna via InstagramMadonna seems to be going all out for her new album, teaming up with the best writers and producers in the biz.  Her latest crop of collaborators include songwriters who've penned hits for Madonna's new BFF Miley Cyrus, as well as Beyonce and Fergie.

In an Instagram post, the Queen of Pop noted that she was "having an iconic moment in the studio" with three people: Toby Gad, MoZella and Symbolyc One, also known as S1.  Even if you haven't heard of Gad or MoZella, you know the songs they've written: Miley's "Wrecking Ball," Fergie's "Big Girls Don't Cry," Beyonce's "If I Were a Boy," Colbie Caillat's "I Do," Demi Lovato's "Skyscraper" and John Legend's "All of Me,"  to name just a few.

As for S1, he's produced songs for Beyonce, Kanye West, Eminem, Jay Z, 50 Cent and more.

"My throat hurts from singing laughing and crying," Madonna continued in her Instagram caption, describing her studio experience.

As previously reported, Madonna is also working with producer/deejay Avicii on her new album, as well as Martin Kierszenbaum, who's one of Lady Gaga's collaborators, and singer/songwriter Natalia Kills.  What this will all sound like when it's done is anybody's guess.

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