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Sunday, January 29, 2012

Madonna's "Give Me All Your Luvin'" Single Art & 'MDNA' Album Details Revealed

Pop fanatics, it's a new dawn for our fair maiden Madonna, and if you thought the Lady Gaga PR onslaught was relentless last year, prepare for the Madonnapocalypse.

It was announced today that her Nicki Minaj- and M.I.A.-featuring single "Give Me All Your Luvin'", which was produced by Martin Solveig and Madge, will be available on iTunes this coming Friday, February 3. Ahead of that, the music video will be previewed during Thursday night's episode of American Idol. (Note: Idol is still in the pre-recorded auditions phase — so the video preview will perhaps air during the credits, or, I guess get shoehorned somewhere in the middle.)

Like the single, Demonna's full video will then premiere on Friday (i.e. the same day W.E. hits theaters, and two days before M's Super Bowl halftime performance).

Meanwhile, Her Madgesty's 12th studio album MDNA will be released on March 26 via her new label deal with Interscope. Here's more info, via a press release:
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. At launch, the offer can be found at www.iTunes.com/Madonna.
In addition to Solveig, producers on MDNA, which will contain her Golden Globe-winning W.E. song "Masterpiece," include William Orbit (thank god), The Demolition Crew, Marco "Benny" Benassi and Alessandro "Alle" Benassi, Hardy "Indiigo" Muanza, Michael Malih and Madonna.

Let's hope the broad knocks it out of the park with this one, Ray Of Light and Confessions style, kids.

Now, go read my sexy Idolator feature Madonna's 10 Best Songs That Radio Forgot.



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