Revisit Madonna's 'Ray Of Light' | For The Record

Find out how the GRAMMY-winning singer/songwriter reinvented her sound and brought electronic music to the masses.

Madonna's seventh studio album, 1998's Ray Of Light, tapped into a multitude of genres — techno, ambient, trip-hop, and Middle Eastern music — and marked a new sound for the evocative singer/songwriter. Produced by William Orbit, Madonna's musical gamble brought electronic music to the mainstream and secured a total of three GRAMMY wins at the 41st GRAMMY Awards, including Best Pop Album and Best Dance Recording and Best Short Form Music Video for the title track.