Madonna Releases 'Back That Up To The Beat' Demo While Visiting Malawi With Kids

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Madonna has been traveling and dropping demo beats. The legendary singer released the demo version of her Back That Up To The Beat song on Friday while visiting Malawi - the accompanying music video is shot in Mchinji, Malawi. Madonna, 64, kept her Instagram followers updated on it all - kids included.

Drops Her Demo Track

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In the video shared for her army of followers, Madonna was seen with local children who danced with glee to the rereleased version of the song initially dropped back in 2019. Showing a good heart, Madonna made this visit a charitable one - she was supporting Raising Malawi during her visit.

A Little Gucci

Posing for photos with local children while outdoors, the Music hitmaker showed off her ageless looks while in a green jacket with a green-and-red strap bag from Gucci. The queen of pop also donned a monogrammed and tan hat from luxury Italian label Gucci - meanwhile, she rocked her hair in strawberry blonde braids.

Malawi Fun

Footage also showed the star in casual cargo pants, plus zoning through Malawi while in a vehicle. During her travels, the mom of six was joined by three of her children: 22-year-old Rocco, 17-year-old David, and 16-year-old Mercy James.

Fan Alert!

In a caption, the A-Lister wrote: "Back that up to the Beat……in Malawi 🇲🇼🖤🇲🇼❤️🇲🇼💚 streaming on all platforms now !! @raisingmalawi." Fans have left over 120,000 likes. Also leaving one was talk show host Kelly Ripa.

Fans Appreciate It

Noting Madonna's years of charitable work in Malawi, one fan wrote:

"Madonna has done so much for Malawi for the last few decades. So beautiful to see such a big heart- actually helping others. She built a freaking hospital there and has hardly said anything about it!"

Users Say Stop Shaming Her

Also left were comments defending any shade thrown Madonna's way.

"This is the beauty of Madonna. So tired of comments that she’s not the same.. hope everyone changes throughout life, otherwise it’s called arrested development.. don’t get arrested," one fan wrote.

Daughter Was Photographer!

Madonna even managed to make the post a family affair as Mercy James was the photographer. Raising Malawi was cofounded by Madonna back in 2006 - it's dedicated to relieving extreme poverty amid the country's 1 million orphans.

Still The Queen Of Pop!

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Celebrity Followers!

Madonna is followed by 18.6 million on IG. Celebrity followers include singer Ariana Grande, rapper Chanel West Coast, and actress Vanessa Hudgens.