With the newest release of her song “Medellin” with Maluma and the upcoming release of her newest album Madame X, Madonna is proving she isn’t going anywhere.

The Queen of Pop is now gracing the cover of British Vogue where they pay homage to the chameleon that is Madonna.

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“She truly lives each of her reincarnations, even when the cameras are off: English aristo, hip-hop diva, country-music maven, corporate warrior, earth mother, disco yogi, Marilyn, Eva, lace gloves and Gaultier corsetry. She has done it all,” the magazine notes along with stunning black and white pictures teasing the upcoming issue.

Madonna collaborated with photographers Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, and fashion editor Benjamin Bruno to create images that were “influenced by leading feminists of the mid-20th century, whose legacy Madonna not only admires but relates to.”

“There are no living role models for me. Because nobody does what I do. And that’s kind of scary,” Madonna said. ‘I can look back at women who I think were great and amazing – freedom fighters, like Simone de Beauvoir or Angela Davis – but they didn’t have kids. Being a single parent of six children, I continue to be creative and be an artist and be politically active, to have a voice, to do all the things that I do. So I mean, there isn’t anybody in my position.”

Referring to her 14th studio album and the new generation of music fans, Madonna had one thing to say- “I hope they appreciate it.”

The Queen of Pop also addresses the so-called feud between Lady Gaga and herself. “People got very excited about that we were enemies, when we never were enemies,” she added.

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Madame X will be released on June 14.

The June issue of British Vogue hits stands on May 10.