With several of her accomplishments in the record books being overwritten by younger acts, Madonna has prepared a clever tactic in an effort to defend her title of Queen of Pop. The legendary performer will debut her new single at Super Bowl XLVI.
However, Madonna won’t be alone. Instead, she has summoned Nicki Minaj and M.I.A. to join her at the prestigious event.
Madonna’s new single, ‘Give Me All Your Love’, was produced by Martin Solveig and includes verses from Minaj and M.I.A. The Super Bowl will air live on February 5th 2012 from Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.
This news confirms Madonna’s previous statements that the first single from her new LP would have been available by March 2012. The album, which is also due early next year, is being primarily developed by her ‘Ray of Light’ collaborator, William Orbit.
Clearly, Madonna has been observing the current trends in Pop music and wants to access the younger market in which Minaj is quite a formidable force. Furthermore, the Super Bowl is the largest television event of the year so it will almost guarantee that ‘Give Me All Your Love’ will be boosted to #1 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Hopefully, however, Madonna does not look or sound desperate while performing next to her younger peers. Indeed, if Mariah Carey looked awkward next to Minaj in ‘Up Out My Face’ then imagine how the 53-year old Madonna will appear.