Log on to Madonna’s Facebook and enter the contest to win her Necklace from the Give Me All Your Luvin Video as well as an Autographed video still.
In one of the greatest marketing campaigns of her career, Madonna’s official Facebook is giving away two tickets to the tour via a Truth or Dare perfume sweepstakes!
Check it out and enter for a chance to win.
Madonnarama.com has some great info regarding the release of the Give Me All Your Luvin’ Single including who will be remixing the track!
According to several online retailers and Amazon.de (pre-order HERE), the physical single of Madonna’s “Give me all your Luvin’” will be released on 24 February 2012.
The 2-track single should feature the following songs…
Give me all your Luvin’ (ft. Nicki Minaj and M.I.A.)
Give me all your Luvin’ (Party Rock Remix – ft. Nicki Minaj and LMFAO)
Madonnarama can also reveal that a Maxi CD will be released and will feature remixes by …
Sultan & Shepard
L U V Anna Wintour! VOGUE USA’s Nuclear Wintour had some very positive things to say about her friend Madonna’s Half Time Show performance last weekend (with a hint of snakiness!):
Oh, Madonna, how we’ve needed you! Thanks to her halftime show performance, y’all probably can’t remember why last year’s show was so disappointing. Your brain has probably erased the thoughts of the Black Eyed Peas being terrible with Madonna being amazing. Those twelve minutes were a wild ride of Confessions-era flashbacks, full-body chills, pom poms, melting ligaments, Vogue covers — and energy remained impossibly high, even though Madonna’s clothes weren’t all-over sparkly for the whole show.
The response to Madonna’s 2012 World Tour has been incredible! The Madonna 2012 World Tour has just announced that a second Toronto date has been added for September 13
Several Reports are saying that the following dates will be added in the coming days as well:
30 May 2012: Tel Aviv, Israel – Ramat Gan Stadium
04 June 2012: Abu Dhabi, UAE – Yas Arena
21 June 2012: Barcelona, Spain – Palau San Jordi
30 June 2012: Berlin or Hamburg, Germany
08 July 2012: Amsterdam – Ziggo Dome
10 July 2012: Köln, Germany
04 August 2012: Kiev, Ukraine – Olympic Stadium
30 September 2012: Vancouver – Rogers Arena On Sale Feb. 13
11 October: Los Angeles- Staples Center On Sale Feb. 13
Madonna kicked off her MDNA promo tour this morning by picking up the phone in her Upper East Side compound (the largest residence above 59th Street, might I add) to call Ryan Seacrest and Carson Daly.
On Seacrest she told of how “high-school” MIA giving the finger is. I’m sorry, this coming from Madonna who gives the finger ALL THE TIME? Since when is giving the finger against her high standards of morality?
Listen to Carson Here
Listen to Ryan Seacrest Here
Sorry for the Late Post, Technical Problems here at myMDNA have been resolved.
From The Financial Times
Madonna’s performance during Sunday’s Super Bowl game will be only part of a multimedia promotional blitz that could prove critical in determining whether her landmark deal with Live Nation pays off.
The performer struck a “revolutionary” 10-year deal with the events group in 2007 worth an estimated $70m-$100m from albums, touring, merchandising, films and other areas, but has not released an album since 2008 and has not toured since 2009.
Preparations for her next album’s launch in March include an exclusive deal with Clear Channel, aimed at reaching 150m people. On Friday, the group aired her new single repeatedly on its radio stations and music websites from the US to Australia and played her new video on digital billboards from Times Square to Piccadilly Circus.
In addition to the Super Bowl, the most watched US broadcast of the year, Madonna showcased the video on American Idol, and is planning promotions with Apple’s iTunes digital music store Google’s YouTube video site, said Guy Oseary, her manager.
“She wants to reach as many people as possible,” Mr Oseary told the FT. “I don’t remember any time with Madonna when she’s ever talked about sales. I don’t think she has any idea how many records she’s sold.”
Clear Channel’s promotion reflects efforts by Bob Pittman, chief executive, to reposition the indebted group as a broader entertainment company. “There are lots of other artists we could do this with,” said Tom Poleman, president of Clear Channel media and entertainment national programming platforms.
Mr Pittman has combined US and international outdoor businesses under one executive; hired a former cable executive to expand into television, events and digital entertainment; and taken a stake in a TV production company run by Ryan Seacrest, host of American Idol. Clear Channel has pushed its digital billboards as a timely means of promoting live events and TV and radio schedules.
Radio remains an important launch platform for musicians, despite the rise of digital music services such as Spotify, Pandora and Mog, Mr Oseary said: “Radio is still a huge asset and one of the ways people get their information and connect to what is going on today.”