Madonna’s “Give Me All Your Luvin'” Single Art, Video Premiere Date Revealed

Robbie Daw | January 29, 2012 - 8:09 am

Madonna really is making a bid for all of our luvin’! In addition to her Oscar-nominated directorial W.E. hitting theaters this coming Friday (February 3), the Material Girl has several other treats in store for fans over the next week, all of which will lead up to her February 5 Super Bowl halftime performance. Mainly, our ears will finally be privvy to her lead MDNA single, “Give Me All Your Luvin'”, which will be made available on iTunes on Friday. Added bonus: that’s the same day the song’s video premieres in full.

Ahead of that, a preview of the video for Madonna’s Nicki Minaj- and M.I.A.-featuring single will air during Thursday night’s episode of American Idol.

A press release issued today notes that “Give Me All Your Luvin'” was co-written by Madonna, Martin Solveig, Nicki Minaj and M.I.A. (talk about “M” DNA!), and the single was co-produced by Solveig and Madonna. Here’s hoping it goes on to join the legion of Madge’s best-known jams, and doesn’t become one of those that time has forgot.

Meanwhile, speaking of Madonna’s 12th studio album MDNA, it finally has a release date: March 26. The press release notes that iTunes will offer an exclusive global pre-order of an 18 track Deluxe Edition of MDNA, including one exclusive remix from Madonna’s new album. The bonus remix will be available from Friday, February 3rd through Monday, February 6th.

Producers on the LP include Solveig, William Orbit, The Demolition Crew, Marco “Benny” Benassi and Alessandro “Alle” Benassi, Hardy “Indiigo” Muanza, Michael Malih and, of course, Madonna. We’re just happy to see Orbit and M back in the saddle together again, since they previously crafted some of her best work to date.

Oh, and by the way, Madonna, excellent single cover art. You look beautiful here (as usual), and we love — er, make that luv — seeing you fun and playful, not rough and sex-crazed, like on the Hard Candy cover.

Are you excited for the new era of Her Madgesty, pop fans?