Madonna has revealed her 11-year-old son Rocco is teaching her to breakdance and has introduced her to dubstep music.
Madonna's son Rocco is teaching her how to breakdance.
The 53-year-old pop superstar has mastered numerous dance moves throughout her four-decade spanning career but she is struggling to copy Rocco's street-inspired shapes.
When asked if she teaches her 11-year-old son to breakdance, she replied: ''No, he shows them to me. But I'm pretty bad. My son loves breakdance!''
Madonna admits her kids - Rocco, Lourdes, 15, David, six, and Mercy, seven - keep her up-to-date on current music trends and she is a big fan of Dubstep.
As well as playing 80s music to her children, the 'Girl Gone Wild' singer has also introduced her brood to iconic French musician Edith Piaf.
She said: ''I play soundtracks to them. And stuff from the past, like Edith Piaf. We help each other mutually when it comes to music.''
'La Vie en Rose' singer Edith - who shot to fame in the 40s and 50s - is considered one of France's most culturally important figures and she had a turbulent personal life which saw her battle morphine and alcohol addictions.