The 'Hard Candy' singer opens the fun track with some chants and fills it with hand claps and marching band drum sounds.
In anticipation of Madonna's new single release, a demo version of the song which is called "Give Me All Your Love" makes its way out, much to her fans' delight. Soon after it surfaces, a representative for the Material Girl confirms that the demo is real. "Sure, sounds like her," the rep tells Gossip Cop.
The track features fun and uplifting beat interlaced with some hand claps and marching band drum sounds, resulting in a super-dancey tune. It opens with a chant of "L-U-V, Madonna. Y-O-U, you wanna?" before the singer kicks in, "I see you coming and I don't wanna know your name/ I see you coming and you're gonna have to change the game."
Accordingly, the final version of the song will feature Nicki Minaj and Mya. It reportedly will be performed by Madge along with her two featured guests during Super Bowl XLVI which will be held on February 5, 2012 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Ind. The set allegedly will have "heavy choreography with major cheerleading action."
Madge is currently finishing her new album. "She's in the studio all this week... and the music is so goooooooood...," her manager Guy Oseary tweeted in mid-September. Words are, the new single is eyed for winter release, and the album is expected to come out in Spring, 2012. Now that the demo has leaked, the song might be set for early release.
One of the its co-producers, William Orbit, recently gave update regarding creative process of the upcoming album. The music maker posted a note on his Facebook, saying that the CD would be "mastered at the end of this month." Although many rumors are flying on the web, Madge's camp remain tight lipped. They said to Billboard, "Nothing to confirm or deny at this time."