Madonna is an American singer-songwriter and actress, among others. She was first with the music groups Breakfast Club and Emmy. After this, she started her solo career with the release of her first album titled Madonna in 1983. Her next album, Like a Virgin, cemented her to international fame. The 1986 album True Blue was also successful. In 1998, the album Ray of Light won her Grammy Awards. Her 2005 album Confessions on a Dance Floor also brought her acclaim. She has since become known for her works in the songs “Like a Virgin”, “Papa Don’t Preach”, “Like a Prayer”, and “Vogue”, among others. She eventually ventured into acting. She starred in the films Desperately Seeking Susan, A League of Their Own, Dick Tracy, and Evita. Since starting her career, she has sold over 300 million records globally.