It's been just over a year now since Madonna (officially) released Rebel Heart, her leak-prone thirteenth studio album which supplied us with #unapologetic anthems like "Living For Love," "Ghosttown" and, of course, "Bitch I'm Madonna."

But based on a news report from Ghana, the Queen of Pop might already be laying the groundwork for a follow-up record.

According to 3News, the country's own Qweci, a R&B singer formerly known as Ded Buddy, co-wrote a track with Madonna while in America, allegedly crafted by a producer on her last album.

“Back in the States, I co-wrote a song for American songstress Madonna which is not yet released…I wrote the song so it’s one of the songs which is actually being pushed to her right now to be released. I co-produced, co-arranged and stuff for Madonna’s album," he told the news service in a story this week.

While the artist in question seems like a fairly obscure collaborator pick on Madge's behalf — his latest activity appears to be an African language cover of Justin Bieber's "Love Yourself" on his YouTube — there might actually be something to this rumor.

After all, the True Blue superstar has spent the past two weeks in Africa with her children, getting hands-on with relief efforts in Kenya and meeting with political leaders, as well as visiting Malawi, where she established her Raising Malawi non-profit organization.

Is it possible that Madonna's African outreach is now extending to her musical output? Could she possibly be releasing music to fundraise for her various causes? When it comes to Madonna, anything's possible — just watch that Instagram feed very closely.

Madonna closed out her Rebel Heart Tour in Sydney on March 20, extending her reign as the highest grossing touring solo artist in Billboard history.

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