"She came to our gig at Governors Ball," Disclosure's Howard Lawrence tells Billboard, "and within a few hours, there were articles being written about how we were producing her album -- and we had met her that day. How could we even have done that?"
Certainly, Disclosure probably didn't produce an entire album overnight for the singer. (Who is "really cool" and "very chill," says Guy Lawrence -- Howard's brother and the other half of Disclosure.) But, the duo hasn't said that a collaboration is off the table with the singer either, so expect further rumors to develop.
Madonna continues to be hard at work on her forthcoming studio album, which will be released by Interscope Records. Her last set, 2012's "MDNA," debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart and has sold 537,000 copies in the U.S., according to Nielsen SoundScan.
As for Disclosure, their single "Latch" is burning up the Billboard Hot 100 chart, as it rose 14-12 on the July 5-dated list. The song recently surpassed 1 million in cumulative download sales as well (week ending June 22). The act has tour dates lined up internationally through September, when the brothers will begin to write their second album.