After Madge is done singing the hook, the Young Money female rapper takes it over by throwing some playful rhymes.
Official version of Madonna's "Give Me All Your Luvin' " has been previewed in a short snippet. It opens with the "Hard Candy" hitmaker singing the hook over upbeat music before Nicki Minaj comes charging near the end of it. The femcee delivers her rapping in her signature cartoonish style.
"Gimme all your love boy/ you can be my boy, you can be my boy toy/ in the nick of time I can say a sicker rhyme cause its time for change like a nickel or a dime," Minaj rhymes. "I'm Roman/ I'm a barbarian, I'm conan/ you was sleeping on me, you were dosin'/ now move, im goin' in."
In addition to featuring Minaj, "Give Me All Your Luvin' " also has M.I.A. lending her vocals. It's confirmed as a first single from Madge's new studio album "M.D.N.A.", which is set to arrive in the U.S. on March 26. Its music video will be previewed on February 2 episode of "American Idol" and premiered in full in the next day.
The single will be showcased live for the very first time during halftime show at Super Bowl XLVI on February 5. "This is a Midwesterner girl's dream to be performing at the Super Bowl halftime show," said Madge during a press conference in Indianapolis, Indiana on Thursday.
She dedicates the show to his father. "I was raised in the Midwest, and he is the personification of Midwestern values, he gave me the work ethic that I have, so if I am a hardworking girl who never stops it's because of him," she said. "Also, I am sure of all the things I have ever done in my life this will be the thing he is most excited about."
Teasing what she's prepared for the show, Madge gushed, "The envelope I'm pushing is just for a spectacular show, which I think will entertain all age groups and hopefully will be a feast for the eyes and the ears." She additionally promised, "Great attention to detail has been paid to my wardrobe, there will be no wardrobe malfunction."