"If Madonna Calls" is a song that Junior Vasquez made after Madonna and he had a falling-out in 1996.
The original version that Junior plays at nightclubs contains what is widely believed to be an actual phone message from Madonna left on Junior's answering machine.
The song lyrics are as follows:
(voice recording ostensibly left by Madonna on Junior's answering machine at his home in New York):
"Hello Junior, This is Madonna. Are you there? (short pause) Call me in Miami."
This is follow by the voice of a male that says:
"If Madonna calls, I'm not here"
This is followed by hard tribal rhythms, with the samples of the message still playing in the loop of the track, and the male singer repeating the words shown above. Towards the end of the song, the words change and the male voice then says:
"If Madonna Calls…actually if she calls just disconnect her."
The song reportedly was produced after Madonna failed to show up for a surprise performance at one of Junior's parties held at New York City club "Tunnel" at the last second. Although never confirmed, Madonna did not approve of Junior's actions, ending their professional relationship on bad terms. Chances for reconciliation are impossible according to Madonna's longtime rep Liz Rosenberg, who in a June 2003 news story in New York Magazine said “I can assure you that Madonna will never work with Junior again.”
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