Universal Music Italia announce that Madonna's Give Me All Your Luvin' will be released to the radio and as digital download on February 3, two days before the long-awaited Super Bowl performance. Italian fans can watch the event live on Sportitalia. "Get ready for the big come-back" say Universal Music Italia.
Madonna: 'I've made a huge effort to try and not sound like everybody else on MDNA'
"I feel like all the records on the radio right now have a homogenized quality to them," Madonna said to The Los Angeles Times, and it sounds like an excerpt of her new single Give Me All Your Luvin'. "I've made a huge effort to try and not sound like everybody else."
"The music that I've done with William (Orbit) is quite introspective, whereas Martin (Solveig)'s is more ironic and funny and upbeat," Madonna adds. "There's
a really up aspect to it and a really fun aspect to it."
"I don't like to repeat myself," Madonna says. "I'm a curious person who's interested in learning, and I like to take the road less traveled by. That's just my nature, so perhaps that leads me to subject matter or controversial or subversive waters. I don't know. It's not something that's intentional. I'm not calculating being subversive or trying to be ahead of people. I just work on things that interest me."
Nicky Minaj confirms she will perform at the Super Bowl with Madonna. Her Stopid Hoe video was evidence, but today Nicki Minaj has finally confirmed with a tweet that she will perform at the Super Bowl with Madonna.
Nicki tweeted on Twitter that she on her agenda today contains "Super Bowl rehearsals w/the Queen" in New York City.
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