Still basking in the glow of Madonna’s legendary stint on the Howard Stern Show?

Yup, us too.

That’s why we were so excited when the pop goddess also paid a visit on The Morning Jolt with Larry Flick to discuss the making of Rebel Heart. The album’s production team roster included notables like Kanye West, Diplo and Ariel Rechtshaid. Rechtshaid even coined the new favorite phrase of Madonna’s forever fans and first-time listeners:  “Bitch, I’m Madonna.”

“Ariel actually kept saying the phrase, ‘Hey, bitch, you’re Madonna!’ Like I’d go, ‘Does that sound good? Is that right? Is that cool? Can I do that?'” Madonna said. “He’d be like, ‘Yeah! You’re Madonna.'”

Flick, a Madonna follower since the beginning of her reign, discussed the track Veni Vidi Vici, which she told him pays homage to her time on the New York artist scene in the early ’80s.

“I was sitting around [with Diplo] talking about my past and all the great artists that I used to work with, hang out with, go to parties with: The Paradise Garage. Keith Haring. Having dinner with Andy Warhol,” Madonna said. “It was such a great time.”

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