Avicii has claimed he was misquoted after giving an interview in which he appeared to throw shade at Madonna's latest album Rebel Heart
The Swedish DJ - real name Tom Bergling - produced several tracks for Madge's 13th studio LP, including Devil Pray
and the title track, but said in an interview with the Daily Star
that he wasn't pleased with how the songs turned out.
"At the beginning we were all on the same page and then...I wasn't....happy with the final product," he reportedly said.
The Wake Me Up
hitmaker went on to say that he preferred the early demos which were leaked ahead to the album's release.
“I thought it was better,” the 25 year-old added of one the tracks. “It was more me.”
The DJ has hit back against story on Instagram
however, saying he was "misquoted" and that the interview was "out of context".
Alongside a picture of the journalist who conducted the interview, he wrote: "@jack_hardwick93 thanks for your misquotes and completely out of context interview - I will never talk to you again.
"P.S - What a slimey phoney c*nt u are my friend."
Well, that sounds fairly decisive.
Meanwhile, Madge recently revealed that Bitch I’m Madonna
will be the third single to be lifted from Rebel Heart
, which reached number two on the Official UK Albums Chart on its release in March.
The 56-year-old teased the video for the track will feature "many suprise guests"
, prompting speculation that we could be in store for a Bad Blood
-style celeb-filled visual.
Bitch I'm Madonna
will serve as the follow-up to Living for Love
, which peaked at number 21 and 117 on the UK Singles Chart respectively.
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