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Wednesday, August 8, 2012

M.I.A. to release new album in December


M.I.A. took to Twitter this week to talk with fans about her forthcoming new album.

“If you want to know about LP = ask me questions and ill choose 10 to answer," M.I.A. wrote, encouraging fans to get involved.

When asked for song details on the untitled project, the singer replied, “its still in the making - could be 5 it could be 15 depends on what sounds good in my bros CAR.”

As for the possible involvement of other artists, M.I.A. said the album will not feature any collaborations.

She also confirmed that she’ll be launching the album, a book, a documentary and an art exhibition in December.

In February, M.I.A. made international headlines when she appeared alongside Madonna during the Super Bowl halftime show and flipped the middle finger to the camera during her rap on “Give Me All Yer Luvin’.”


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AUDIO: Madonna talks about M.I.A.’s Super Bowl middle finger
M.I.A. could pay FCC fine for Super Bowl middle finger
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Madonna’s Super Bowl show watched by 114 million
VIDEO: M.I.A. flips middle finger during Madonna’s Super Bowl show
VIDEO: Madonna rocks the Super Bowl
VIDEO: Madonna – Give Me All Your Luvin’
M.I.A. confirms Super Bowl gig with Madonna and Nicki Minaj
VIDEO: Madonna in the studio with M.I.A.

Monday, March 26, 2012

VIDEO: Madonna kisses Nicki Minaj on her birthday


The internet was a buzz a few months ago when word got out that Madonna had kissed Nicki Minaj while filming the video for “Give Me All Your Luvin’,” the first single from her “MDNA” album, out Tuesday.

Now the video of the event has surfaced online.

Madonna presented Minaj with cupcakes and champagne and led the cast and crew in a birthday singalong.

Nicki blew out the candles and received a kiss from Madonna on her big day.

“You guys, thank you so much,” Minaj said. “And I have to thank the queen, Madonna, for giving me this amazing opportunity. I love her so much, and she’s fierce, and she didn’t have to do this for me — and M.I.A., we love you!”

Nicki later tweeted about the kiss, writing, “OH MY f’ingggg Gahhhh!!!!! MADONNA jus kissed me!!!!! On the lips!!!!!!! It felt sooooo good. Soooo soft!!!! *passes out* aaahhhhh!!!!!!!!!”

“It was her birthday,” said Madonna when asked about it later. “So just fill in the blanks … It was the end of one of those long days. We were having a few sips of champagne and I kissed her, yes.”





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Madonna – Give Me All Your Luvin’




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Friday, February 10, 2012

AUDIO: Madonna talks about M.I.A.’s Super Bowl middle finger


Madonna’s Super Bowl appearance went so smoothly for the pop superstar that she tells Ryan Seacrest she “was overwhelmed” during the performance of her hit “Like a Prayer.”

When she finished, “I started crying. I felt an incredible sense of warmth, love, and support,” said Madonna. “To see an entire stadium light up like candles it was like a religious experience.”

What Madonna was unaware of, until later, was M.I.A.’s middle finger gesture during “Give Me All Your Luvin’,” the new single with her and Nicki Minaj.

“I didn’t know about until I left; I had no idea,” Madonna said. “I found out about it in the elevator when I got into the car to go to the airport.”

“I was really surprised,”
she continued. “I didn’t know anything about it. I wasn’t happy about it. I understand it’s punk rock and everything, but to me there was such a feeling of love and good energy, and positivity…it seemed negative. It’s such a teenager kinda, in a way, irrelevant thing to do in one respect. There was such a feeling of love and unity there. What was the point? It was just out of place.”

Watch Madonna’s full Super Bowl performance here.




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Super Bowl profile increases Madonna’s music sales
Madonna’s Super Bowl show watched by 114 million
VIDEO: Madonna rocks the Super Bowl
VIDEO: Madonna – Give Me All Your Luvin’
Madonna reveals MDNA track list
Madonna: 2012 Tour tickets on sale after Super Bowl
VIDEO: Madonna – Give Me All Your Luvin’ preview
Madonna reveals MDNA cover art
VIDEO: Madonna interviewed on The Tonight Show
M.I.A. confirms Super Bowl gig with Madonna and Nicki Minaj
Madonna to debut new video teaser on American Idol
Madonna single drops this Friday
VIDEO: Madonna in the studio with M.I.A.
RUMOR: Cee Lo Green to join Madonna at Super Bowl
LMFAO to join Madonna at Super Bowl
Madonna drops hint about Super Bowl performance
VIDEO: Madonna wins Golden Globe, battles host Ricky Gervais
Madonna to present at Golden Globe Awards
VIDEO: Madonna calls Britney Spears a ‘good kisser’
Madonna: ‘Lady Gaga reminds me of myself’
Madonna announces title of new album
VIDEO: Madonna on Nightline preview
Madonna to duet with Kylie Minogue?
Spanish man arrested for Madonna song leak
Madonna: Super Bowl & Halftime Show to be streamed live
Madonna: New film earns 2 Golden Globe nominations
Madonna: New single due next month
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Madonna upset over song leak

Tuesday, February 7, 2012

M.I.A. could pay FCC fine for Super Bowl middle finger


It’s too early to tell if M.I.A.’s middle finger salute during Madonna’s Super Bowl performance on Sunday is going to be an expensive gesture.

M.I.A. looked directly at the camera during her portion of Madonna’s single, “Give Me All Your Luvin’,” and threw the finger up before NBC could switch camera angles.

If the FCC gets involved and decides to issue a fine for the incident, TMZ reports M.I.A. will end up paying the bill.

Sources tell TMZ that the NFL has indemnified NBC, because the NFL is responsible for the halftime content.

TMZ reports M.I.A. signed a contract with the NFL for the halftime performance, and in that contract she agreed to indemnify the NFL for any money it might be forced to pay if the FCC issues a penalty for the performance.

In 2004, CBS was hit with a $550,000 FCC fine after Janet Jackson's famous wardrobe malfunction, but that fine was later thrown out by a federal appeals court.

M.I.A.’s gesture was in sync with the theme of her new single, “Bad Girls,” which was released last Friday.

Watch the full Madonna Super Bowl performance here.

Stay tuned.


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Madonna – Give Me All Your Luvin’

Super Bowl 46 – Indianapolis, IN – February 5, 2012



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M.I.A. – Bad Girls




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Madonna: 2012 Tour tickets on sale after Super Bowl
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VIDEO: Madonna interviewed on The Tonight Show
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Madonna drops hint about Super Bowl performance
VIDEO: Madonna wins Golden Globe, battles host Ricky Gervais
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VIDEO: Madonna calls Britney Spears a ‘good kisser’
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Super Bowl profile increases Madonna’s music sales


Performing at the biggest event of the year has its advantages.

Billboard reports Madonna’s Super Bowl appearance has led to an increase in sales of both new and old music by the pop superstar.

Madonna’s new single "Give Me All Your Luvin'" has sold over 100,000 downloads in the U.S. according to industry sources (through the close of business Sunday, Feb. 5), while pre-orders for her album via the iTunes Store stand around the 50,000 mark.

Billboard will release Nielsen SoundScan's exact sales data on "Luvin's" first three days of sales on Wednesday morning (Feb. 8).

"MDNA" is the Super Bowl diva's 12th studio album, and is due out March 26. The album was exclusively available for pre-orders on iTunes beginning Friday, Feb. 3; her single and video for "Luvin'" also premiered digitally the same day.

Madonna's back catalog also got a sales boost last week, thanks to sale pricing and publicity generated by her new single and her Super Bowl halftime performance.

Sources say her top 10 digital sellers are showing a collected increase of over 1,700%.

Her "Celebration" greatest hits album got the largest bump, selling between 13,000-14,000 download copies (up from a couple hundred units the week previous). The best-of set was discounted to $6.99 in the iTunes Store, while most of her other albums were priced at $7.99 at the retailer; it also sold for $3.99 on Sunday in the Amazon MP3 store.

Madonna’s Super Bowl show was watched by 114 million viewers.


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Madonna – Give Me All Your Luvin’




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Madonna: 2012 Tour tickets on sale after Super Bowl
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RUMOR: Cee Lo Green to join Madonna at Super Bowl
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VIDEO: Madonna wins Golden Globe, battles host Ricky Gervais
Madonna to present at Golden Globe Awards
VIDEO: Madonna calls Britney Spears a ‘good kisser’
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Madonna: New single due next month
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Madonna’s Super Bowl show watched by 114 million


Madonna’s Super Bowl Halftime show had more viewers than the game itself.

Billboard reports the pop icon’s performance had an audience of nearly 3 million more viewers than the football game.

The singer's halftime performance was seen by 114.0 million viewers, nearly 4 million more than last year's performance featuring the Black Eyed Peas.

It is the most-watched Super Bowl halftime show featuring entertainment; Bruce Springsteen, for example, attracted 95.7 million viewers.

Super Bowl 46 was the most-watched television program in U.S. history and the highest-rated Super Bowl in 26 years, according to fast national data from Nielsen.

The game, in which the New York Giants defeated the New England Patriots, 21-17, was seen by a record 111.3 million viewers, beating last year's Super Bowl 45 on Fox by 300,000 viewers. Viewership peaked between 9:30 and 9:58 ET, when 117.7 million viewers tuned in.

Madonna did the Super Bowl show to promote her new single, "Give Me All Your Luvin’", featuring Nicki Minaj and M.I.A., who both appeared with her for the track; Madonna’s new album, "MDNA", is due March 26.

Check out Madonna’s Super Bowl show here.


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Madonna – Give Me All Your Luvin’




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VIDEO: Madonna rocks the Super Bowl
VIDEO: Madonna – Give Me All Your Luvin’
Madonna reveals MDNA track list
Madonna: 2012 Tour tickets on sale after Super Bowl
VIDEO: Madonna – Give Me All Your Luvin’ preview
Madonna reveals MDNA cover art
VIDEO: Madonna interviewed on The Tonight Show
M.I.A. confirms Super Bowl gig with Madonna and Nicki Minaj
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Madonna single drops this Friday
VIDEO: Madonna in the studio with M.I.A.
RUMOR: Cee Lo Green to join Madonna at Super Bowl
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VIDEO: Madonna wins Golden Globe, battles host Ricky Gervais
Madonna to present at Golden Globe Awards
VIDEO: Madonna calls Britney Spears a ‘good kisser’
Madonna: ‘Lady Gaga reminds me of myself’
Madonna announces title of new album
VIDEO: Madonna on Nightline preview
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Spanish man arrested for Madonna song leak
Madonna: Super Bowl & Halftime Show to be streamed live
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Madonna: New single due next month
Madonna to headline Super Bowl halftime show
Madonna upset over song leak

Sunday, February 5, 2012

VIDEO: M.I.A. flips middle finger during Madonna’s Super Bowl show


Considering Madonna’s history for generating scandal, the pop superstar was free and clear of it during her Super Bowl Halftime Show on Sunday in Indianapolis.

Instead, it was M.I.A. who is generating headlines for her part in the performance.

Along with Nicki Minaj, the singer joined Madonna for her new single, “Give Me All Your Luvin’”, which was released last Friday.

During M.I.A.’s rap late in the track, the singer raised her middle finger to the TV camera while doing her thing, which ended with an expletive…or, at least, part of one.

For their part, NBC issued a statement of apology to its viewers.

"We apologize for the inappropriate gesture that aired during halftime," NBC spokesman Christopher McCloskey said. "It was a spontaneous gesture that our delay system caught late."

The NBC delay system failed to give the broadcaster enough time to change camera angles by the sudden gesture, as the producers rushed to cover it up.

Spokesman Brian McCarthy said M.I.A. did not do anything resembling the gesture during rehearsals and the league had no reason to believe she would do something like that during the actual show.

"The obscene gesture in the performance was completely inappropriate, very disappointing, and we apologize to our fans," McCarthy said.

Watch the full Madonna Super Bowl performance here.


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Madonna – Give Me All Your Luvin’
Super Bowl 46 – Indianapolis, IN – February 5, 2012




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VIDEO: Madonna rocks the Super Bowl


Madonna delivered a flawless performance at the Super Bowl Halftime Show on Sunday in Indianapolis.

The pop icon made her grand entrance to Lucas Oil Stadium by being carried in by a contingent of gladiators, who placed Madonna at center stage.

Opening with her 1990 smash, “Vogue,” Madonna glided across the stage, connecting with various dancers along the way while the field lit up with images of the superstar.

Next came “Music,” with Madonna dancing across a set of bleachers on stage; late in the song, one dancer did some magical moves on a tight wire.

Madonna then joined LMFAO for a quick medley, before being hooking up with Nicki Minaj and M.I.A. for her new single, “Give Me All Your Luvin’”, released on Friday. The video’s cheerleader motif was recreated by the three singers, who each took turns on the mic; M.I.A. raised a middle finger to the camera during her section, as the TV production team tried to switch camera angles as quickly as possible.

Another quick medley followed, as Cee Lo Green joined Madonna for glimpses of “Open Your Heart” and “Express Yourself,” and then stayed for the finale of “Like A Prayer”; the two – in black gowns - were joined by a full choir as Madonna wrapped up her 12 minutes on one of the world’s biggest stages.


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Super Bowl 46 – Indianapolis, IN – February 5, 2012



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Madonna: 2012 Tour tickets on sale after Super Bowl
VIDEO: Madonna – Give Me All Your Luvin’ preview
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VIDEO: Madonna interviewed on The Tonight Show
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Madonna to debut new video teaser on American Idol
Madonna single drops this Friday
VIDEO: Madonna in the studio with M.I.A.
RUMOR: Cee Lo Green to join Madonna at Super Bowl
LMFAO to join Madonna at Super Bowl
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VIDEO: Madonna wins Golden Globe, battles host Ricky Gervais
Madonna to present at Golden Globe Awards
VIDEO: Madonna calls Britney Spears a ‘good kisser’
Madonna: ‘Lady Gaga reminds me of myself’
Madonna announces title of new album
VIDEO: Madonna on Nightline preview
Madonna to duet with Kylie Minogue?
Spanish man arrested for Madonna song leak
Madonna: Super Bowl & Halftime Show to be streamed live
Madonna: New film earns 2 Golden Globe nominations
Madonna: New single due next month
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Saturday, February 4, 2012

VIDEO: M.I.A. – Bad Girls


M.I.A. was everywhere on Friday, thanks to the release of two new videos.

The first was Madonna’s “Give Me All Your Luvin’,” which features the Sri Lankan singer and Nicki Minaj joining the pop icon for the first single from her new album – the three will hook up in person on Sunday at the Super Bowl during the halftime show.

Check out the Madonna video here.

Also on deck was M.I.A.’s new clip for “Bad Girls,” directed by Romain Gavras.

The song will appear on the singer’s forthcoming fourth album, due this summer.

Catch M.I.A. with Minaj and Madonna at the Super Bowl in Indianapolis on Sunday, February 5. Kick-off time is 6:30 PM ET.


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M.I.A. – Bad Girls




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M.I.A. confirms Super Bowl gig with Madonna and Nicki Minaj

Friday, February 3, 2012

VIDEO: Madonna – Give Me All Your Luvin’




Madonna’s Super Bowl weekend kicks off with the release of her new video/single, “Give Me All Your Luvin’.”

The song is the first music issued from her forthcoming album, “MDNA,” due March 26,

The track features Nicki Minaj and M.I.A., and both are set to join the pop icon at her Super Bowl Halftime Show on Sunday….along with LMFAO and Cee Lo Green.

Traditionally one of the most-watched music events of the year, Madonna’s Super Bowl performance is expected to be seen by at least 100 million viewers.

The 2012 Super Bowl takes place at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis on Sunday, February 5. Kick-off time is 6:30 PM ET.


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Madonna – Give Me All Your Luvin’




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Madonna: 2012 Tour tickets on sale after Super Bowl
VIDEO: Madonna – Give Me All Your Luvin’ preview
Madonna reveals MDNA cover art
VIDEO: Madonna interviewed on The Tonight Show
M.I.A. confirms Super Bowl gig with Madonna and Nicki Minaj
Madonna to debut new video teaser on American Idol
Madonna single drops this Friday
VIDEO: Madonna in the studio with M.I.A.
RUMOR: Cee Lo Green to join Madonna at Super Bowl
LMFAO to join Madonna at Super Bowl
Madonna drops hint about Super Bowl performance
VIDEO: Madonna wins Golden Globe, battles host Ricky Gervais
Madonna to present at Golden Globe Awards
VIDEO: Madonna calls Britney Spears a ‘good kisser’
Madonna: ‘Lady Gaga reminds me of myself’
Madonna announces title of new album
VIDEO: Madonna on Nightline preview
Madonna to duet with Kylie Minogue?
Spanish man arrested for Madonna song leak
Madonna: Super Bowl & Halftime Show to be streamed live
Madonna: New film earns 2 Golden Globe nominations
Madonna: New single due next month
Madonna to headline Super Bowl halftime show
Madonna upset over song leak

VIDEO: Madonna – Give Me All Your Luvin’ preview




Madonna kicks off one of the biggest weekends in her career with a preview of her new video.

“Give Me All Your Luvin” is the first track issued from her forthcoming album, “MDNA,” due March 26.

The single, which features Nicki Minaj and M.I.A., drops Friday, February 3.

Madonna previewed a clip from the new video on Thursday night’s edition of American Idol.

The full video will premiere on Madonna's YouTube channel on February 3rd at 9am EST/6am PST.

M.I.A. has confirmed that she and Minaj will be joining Madonna for her Super Bowl Halftime show this Sunday.

The 2012 Super Bowl takes place at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis on Sunday, February 5. Kick-off time is 6:30 PM ET.


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Madonna – Give Me All Your Luvin’ (preview)



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Madonna to debut new video teaser on American Idol
Madonna single drops this Friday
VIDEO: Madonna in the studio with M.I.A.
RUMOR: Cee Lo Green to join Madonna at Super Bowl
LMFAO to join Madonna at Super Bowl
Madonna drops hint about Super Bowl performance
VIDEO: Madonna wins Golden Globe, battles host Ricky Gervais
Madonna to present at Golden Globe Awards
VIDEO: Madonna calls Britney Spears a ‘good kisser’
Madonna: ‘Lady Gaga reminds me of myself’
Madonna announces title of new album
VIDEO: Madonna on Nightline preview
Madonna to duet with Kylie Minogue?
Spanish man arrested for Madonna song leak
Madonna: Super Bowl & Halftime Show to be streamed live
Madonna: New film earns 2 Golden Globe nominations
Madonna: New single due next month
Madonna to headline Super Bowl halftime show
Madonna upset over song leak

Monday, January 30, 2012

M.I.A. confirms Super Bowl gig with Madonna and Nicki Minaj


The Super Bowl Halftime Show with Madonna is ON.

NME reports M.I.A. has confirmed that she and Nicki Minaj will perform with the pop legend on Sunday in Indianapolis.

Speaking to Zane Lowe on his BBC Radio 1 show Monday evening, the UK rapper and singer said of the iconic American football event's musical interlude: "Yes, I'm going to the Super Bowl… I'm gonna be performing with Madonna and Nicki Minaj... If you're gonna go to the Super Bowl, you might as well go with America's biggest female icons."

Cee Lo Green is also expected to be a part of Sunday’s show.

MIA and Minaj both feature on Madonna's forthcoming single, 'Give Me All Your Luvin', which is set for release on February 3.

It's the first single to be taken from Madonna's forthcoming album, 'MDNA', which is out on March 26.

Like all halftime headliners, Madonna will have just 12 minutes for her Super Bowl show, traditionally one of the most watched television events of the year.


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Madonna single drops this Friday
VIDEO: Madonna in the studio with M.I.A.
RUMOR: Cee Lo Green to join Madonna at Super Bowl
LMFAO to join Madonna at Super Bowl
Madonna drops hint about Super Bowl performance
VIDEO: Madonna wins Golden Globe, battles host Ricky Gervais
Madonna to present at Golden Globe Awards
VIDEO: Madonna calls Britney Spears a ‘good kisser’
Madonna: ‘Lady Gaga reminds me of myself’
Madonna announces title of new album
VIDEO: Madonna on Nightline preview
Madonna to duet with Kylie Minogue?
Spanish man arrested for Madonna song leak
Madonna: Super Bowl & Halftime Show to be streamed live
Madonna: New film earns 2 Golden Globe nominations
Madonna: New single due next month
Madonna to headline Super Bowl halftime show
Madonna upset over song leak

Madonna to debut new video teaser on American Idol




As Madonna prepares for her Super Bowl Halftime Show this Sunday in Indianapolis, she will get fans warmed up for the event by releasing her new single, "Give Me All Your Luvin'" featuring Nicki Minaj & M.I.A., on Friday February 3.

The video for "Give Me All Your Luvin'", directed by Megaforce, is football and cheerleader themed - inspired by her upcoming Super Bowl appearance.

The night before the single drops – Thursday, February 2 - Madonna will world preview the video for the single on American Idol.

The full video will premiere on Madonna's YouTube channel on February 3rd at 9am EST/6am PST.

"MDNA," recorded in New York and LA, reunites Madonna with former collaborator William Orbit ("Ray of Light") who co wrote and co produced several cuts on the new album. Other co producers include Martin Solveig, The Demolition Crew, Marco "Benny" Benassi and Alessandro "Alle" Benassi, Hardy "Indiigo" Muanza, Michael Malih and Madonna.





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Madonna single drops this Friday
VIDEO: Madonna in the studio with M.I.A.
RUMOR: Cee Lo Green to join Madonna at Super Bowl
LMFAO to join Madonna at Super Bowl
Madonna drops hint about Super Bowl performance
VIDEO: Madonna wins Golden Globe, battles host Ricky Gervais
Madonna to present at Golden Globe Awards
VIDEO: Madonna calls Britney Spears a ‘good kisser’
Madonna: ‘Lady Gaga reminds me of myself’
Madonna announces title of new album
VIDEO: Madonna on Nightline preview
Madonna to duet with Kylie Minogue?
Spanish man arrested for Madonna song leak
Madonna: Super Bowl & Halftime Show to be streamed live
Madonna: New film earns 2 Golden Globe nominations
Madonna: New single due next month
Madonna to headline Super Bowl halftime show
Madonna upset over song leak

Madonna single drops this Friday




Madonna will be releasing her new single, "Give Me All Your Luvin'" featuring Nicki Minaj & M.I.A., on Friday February 3 - two days before her Super Bowl halftime performance in Indianapolis.

"Give Me All Your Luvin'" is the first single from Madonna's upcoming album "MDNA," her 12th studio album and follow up to 2008's "Hard Candy" which debuted at No. 1 in 37 countries.

The song was written by Madonna, Martin Solveig, Nicki Minaj and M.I.A, composed by Martin Solveig and Michael Tordjman and produced by Madonna and Martin Solveig.

iTunes will offer an exclusive global pre-order of an 18 track Deluxe Edition of "MDNA" including one exclusive remix from Madonna's new album. The bonus remix will be available from Friday February 3rd through Monday February 6th only.

During this time period the album will be available for $9.99 and fans will also receive the digital single "Give Me All Your Luvin'" immediately. This single is also exclusive to iTunes during this limited time.

"MDNA," recorded in New York and LA, reunites Madonna with former collaborator William Orbit ("Ray of Light") who co wrote and co produced several cuts on the new album. Other co-producers include Martin Solveig, The Demolition Crew, Marco "Benny" Benassi and Alessandro "Alle" Benassi, Hardy "Indiigo" Muanza, Michael Malih and Madonna.


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VIDEO: Madonna in the studio with M.I.A.
RUMOR: Cee Lo Green to join Madonna at Super Bowl
LMFAO to join Madonna at Super Bowl
Madonna drops hint about Super Bowl performance
VIDEO: Madonna wins Golden Globe, battles host Ricky Gervais
Madonna to present at Golden Globe Awards
VIDEO: Madonna calls Britney Spears a ‘good kisser’
Madonna: ‘Lady Gaga reminds me of myself’
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VIDEO: Madonna in the studio with M.I.A.


On February 3, Madonna will release “Gimme All Your Lovin,’” the first single from her forthcoming "M.D.N.A." album.

The track features Nicki Minaj and M.I.A., both who are expected to join Madonna when she performs the halftime show at the Super Bowl in Indianapolis on February 5.

Madonna has released a teaser video clip of her and M.I.A. in a New York studio working on the song back in November of 2011.

"I really like the bridge that you did before, but you need to replace the last line, because we changed the line," coached Madonna from the control room, before heading in to the studio to inspire the young singer with her vocal delivery.





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