Madonna eyes return to 'Material Girl' roots at Warner Records
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Madonna has reportedly left her label with Interscope Records after nearly 10 years and is eyeing a deal with Warner Records, according to The Sun.
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The pop superstar signed her first-ever record deal in 1982 with Sire Records, which is owned by Warner Music Group and distributed by Warner Records (known as Warner Bros. Records until 1999), so the move would be a return to her roots.
The "Like a Prayer" singer apparently inked a three-album deal with Interscope in 2011 and just recently decided to part ways with the company, The Sun reported.
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Google searches for "Warner Music Group artists" and "Warner Records artists" feature Madonna, despite the fact that neither company's website listed Madonna as an artist it represented at the time of publication.