November 9, 2011 8:18

Demo of Madonna's new single 'Give Me All Your Love' leaks online – audio

Hear rough taster from singer's forthcoming studio album

Demo of Madonna's new single 'Give Me All Your Love' leaks online – audio
The demo version of Madonna's new single 'Give Me All Your Love' has been leaked online – scroll down to the bottom of the page and click to listen.

The full version of the track is expected to feature Nicki Minaj and MIA, but an early version of the song surfaced on the internet last night (November 8).

It had previously been rumoured that Madonna would perform at the Super Bowl XLVI halftime show in February next year to debut material from her forthcoming 12th studio album, including 'Give Me All Your Love', although a spokesperson for the singer refused to either confirm or deny the reports.

Madonna's as-yet-untitled new album will be the follow-up to 2008's 'Hard Candy', and will also be her first in a deal to release music in partnership with concert promoter Live Nation.

The pop icon has previously confirmed that she will release the LP next spring, and is currently thought to be busy working on the album in her New York studio until the end of the year. Long-term collaborator William Orbit, who produced her 1998 album 'Ray Of Light', will work with her on the record.

She has also suggested that 'Give Me All Your Love' will be released in February or March 2012.



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