Madonna Release Dates!

Morris Chapdelaine
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Morris Chapdelaine

January 30, 2012
3:32 p.m.

Just in case you haven’t had your fill of Madonna these last few weeks…

Over the weekend, an image that forced seventeen Photoshop artistes into 2 years of physical therapy was made the profile photo of 80 percent of gay Facebookers. But we can’t blame ’em—the cover art for Madonna’s “Give Me All Your Luvin” is, to resurrect an archaic but appropriate term, freaking fierce. Following the big weekend release is a slew of pertinent dates for the first single from Her Madgesty’s new album, the accompanying music video and the new album itself.

Mark your iCal’s Material Girl fans, it’s set to be one helluva exciting few months:

A teaser clip of the video for “Give Me All Your Luvin” will hit American Idol on Thursday, February 2

On Friday, February 3, the full single and full video will be released

Madonna, as we know, is the half-time performer during Sunday’s Super Bowl

The release date for Madonna’s 12th studio album, M.D.N.A., has just been announced as March 26

Billboard has more:

The video for the track, directed by Megaforce, happens to be football and cheerleader themed.

“MDNA” is the first studio album under Madonna’s new 3-album pact with Interscope — and first since leaving longtime label Warner Bros. after “Hard Candy” — and will be released on March 26. The set finds Madonna collaborating with producers Martin Solveig and William Orbit. Through spokeswoman Liz Rosenberg, Madonna told Billboard that she’s “thrilled” to be collaborating again with Orbit, who co-produced her 1998 album, “Ray of Light.”A portion of the clip will bow on FOX’s “American Idol” on Feb. 2. In an ad now airing on FOX for the episode, Madonna, Minaj and M.I.A. can be seen briefly as an announcer touts, “This Thursday, don’t miss your chance to get a first look at Madonna’s first music video.”

MDNA” is the first studio album under Madonna’s new 3-album pact with Interscope — and first since leaving longtime label Warner Bros. after “Hard Candy” — and will be released on March 26. The set finds Madonna collaborating with producers Martin Solveig and William Orbit. Through spokeswoman Liz Rosenberg, Madonna told Billboard that she’s “thrilled” to be collaborating again with Orbit, who co-produced her 1998 album, “Ray of Light.”

Thnaks to the sexy writers at Instinct Magazine for this piece

(Source and image source: Billboard)

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