Give Me All Your Love Madonna
November 9, 2011 by staff
Give Me All Your Love Madonna, L-U-V Madonna? That’s the bubblegum cheerleader chant that opens “Give Me All Your Love,” a leaked track thought to be a new demo from Madonna — and a song rumoured to be the lead single off the record pop’s Mother Superior is thought to be releasing come spring next year.
That disc has reportedly been in progress for the past few months, with Madonna tracking time with long-time collaborator, producer William Orbit. (He’s been gushing his enthusiasm for the project via his Facebook page — and wrote recently that the disc is expected to be mastered at the end of this month).
And though JustJared.com gives production credit on “Give Me All Your Love” to Martin Solveig (“Hello feat. Dragonette”), the song recalls the Watusi-dancing retro fun of Madge and Orbit’s Grammy-winning 1999 hit “Beautiful Stranger” — not to mention Toni Basil’s “Mickey” (and Avril Lavigne’s “Girlfried” and, really, any pop song that features a helping of handclaps and spirit-squad cheering).
Yesterday, the recording leaked in full after a few super-short snippets surfaced on the web. Madonna hasn’t confirmed the track is hers, but Billboard is speculating the tune will get its official debut within the week — a claim based on Madge’s stacked promotional calendar in the coming days. (Saturday, for instance, Billboard notes she’s expected to attend a Smirnoff-sponsored event at New York’s Roseland Ballroom.) Earlier in the year, Madonna told the outlet that she wasn’t planning to launch a new single until February or March 2012.
That early 2012 scheduling would have synced up nicely with another Madge rumour that involves the track — that she’s booked to perform the song at the Super Bowl. JustJared.com reported that rumour in late October, also claiming that Madonna would make room for two special guests on the number: Nicki Minaj and M.I.A.
Those two MCs don’t seem to appear on the “Give Me All Your Love” leak, however — unless they were credited for silently rustling some pom-poms.
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