Incredible


Incredible
«Incredible»
Canción de Madonna
álbum de estudio Hard Candy
Publicación 29 de abril, 2008
Género Pop
Duración 6:20
Discográfica Warner Bros. Records
Canciones de Hard Candy
«She's Not Me»
(6)
«Incredible»
(7)
«Beat Goes On»
(8)

Incredible (en español:Increible) es una canción de la cantante estadounidense Madonna para su 11º album de estudio Hard Candy, escrita, producida y co-producida por ella y Pharrell Williams

Descripción

Madonna en una entrevista en el 2008 habló sobre la canción y dijo: " No es sobre mi carrera, eso es una relación que no es ni siquiera necesariamente por mí, pero es la idea de que a menudo, a veces nos llevan a la gente da por sentado y perdemos nuestro sentido de aprecio por ellos, entonces algo va.. mal y todo lo que pueda pensar que es la forma en que desea volver a la forma en que estaba, porque era increíble. Así que a veces casi tienes que perder algo para poder apreciarlo. " Esta canción nunca fué presenta en vivo, por ello forma parte una de las dos de Hard Candy que nunca lo fueron.

Versiones Oficiales

  1. «Incredible» (Album Version) – 6:20
  2. «Incredible» (Dubtronic Extended Version) – 7:56
  3. «Incredible» (Instrumental) – 6:15

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