The Madonna World Tour has added the Koln date.
Madonna will perform a third time in Germany on 10 July 2012 at the LANXESS Arena in Koln .
The general sale starts on 5 March 2012 at 9am (local time).


The song’s a catchy happy sexy delightfully psychedelic 60′s-inspired pop song in the continuity of William Orbit’s previous creations with Madonna.

Oddly it opens up the same way “Die Another Day” did, but takes a very different and familiar direction… Think “Beautiful Stranger” meets “Ray of Light”, and believe it or not, the sound remains very fresh and new!

The lyrics are fun and serious at the same time, with Madonna taking responsability for being a sinner, even saying she likes it.

She cites saints (Jesus, Mary, St Christopher, …) and talks bible.

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The Cue Awards are back and once again YOU can take part. When you vote for this year’s winners, you are automatically entered in THE CUE AWARDS E-GIFT-BAG contest! Once again, ONE lucky entrant will win a special E-Gift bag! While other Award Shows shower the attendees with great gift bags, here at the Cue Awards, YOU are the star and so You should get the gifts!

The Cue Awards are the official Tracksounds Awards honoring the best in film, television and video game soundtracks. 2011 marks the fifth year of the awards. The nominees and winners are determined by current Tracksounds staff members and by soundtrack-geniuses around the world.

This year our E-Gift-Bag features:
$10 E-Gift Card to iTunes AND $10 E-Gift Card to Amazon.com!

Entering is easy! Just rate each nominee (be sure to read the instructions on how to do this below), submit your name and email address and you’ll be automatically entered into the random drawing! Ratings/contest entries will close at MIDNIGHT, MARCH 2! Winners will be notified by email on or around March 4, 2012. ENTER THE CONTEST BELOW!



“Best Friend” is a brand new song co-produced by Benny Benassi and it will be exclusive to the Deluxe Edition of the new record.

Overall, 5 songs in the new album are produced by William Orbit, and 7 tracks are signed by Martin Solveig.
Benny and Alle Benassi are the contributors of 3 songs,

“B-day Song” will now be exclusive to the Deluxe Edition. Please note that the song does include a featuring by “M.I.A.”.

“Love Spent” leaves the tracklist of the Deluxe Edition to join that of the Standard release.

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The portal Pre-Party.com learned from reliable sources that Kazaky plan to appear in Madonna’s new video


“Girl Gone Wild”. In his blog, famous choreographer and dancer Jonty Moaning (Jonte ‘Moaning) congratulated the children with the news, as well as assured everyone that this joint
work with Madge will make them popular all over the world.


Madonna did NOT change the name of “Girls Gone Wild” because of threats from “Girls Gone Wild” creator Joe Francis — this according to her manager, Guy Oseary.Oseary tells TMZ … he found it laughable that Francis claimed victory after allegedly sending Madonna a cease and desist letter, ordering her not to perform her single “Girls Gone Wild” at the Super Bowl. In fact, Oseary says no one from team Madonna ever received the letter.As for Madonna changing the name of the song to “Girl Gone Wild,” Oseary says they’ve been tweaking the album for weeks, and decided to make the word “Girl” singular because that’s the way Madonna sings it in the song.Oseary says they have tweaked other titles on the album as well.And Oseary scoffs at Francis’ claim that he owns the title, “Girls Gone Wild,” citing a Billboard story that claims there are 50 records called “Girls Gone Wild,” including songs by Ludacris, Jagged Edge, T Mills, Lee Kernaghan, Lil Rick and Jackie Kashian.And finally, Oseary says Madonna doesn’t even know who Joe Francis is … and claims she’s completely unaware he’s been making threats.Take that, Joe Francis.


Madonna gave away custom-made Gucci luggage at her post-Oscars party last night (26.02.12).

The ‘Give Me All Your Luvin’ singer – who has hosted a bash at her manager Guy Oseary’s home after the Academy Awards for the last five years – had an artist come over from Italy to create the special presents for guests.
A source told the New York Post newspaper: ‘A Gucci artisan from Florence, whose workbench will be set up on-site, will hand-emboss initials of attending Oscar winners, nominees and special guests on signature pieces of luggage as celebratory gifts.’
Among those invited to attend were Angelina Jolie and her partner Brad Pitt, Natalie Portman, Jennifer Lopez and Tom Cruise.
However, Cameron Diaz was reportedly banned from going to the party at the specific request of her friend Demi Moore, who is said to be annoyed the ‘Bad Teacher’ actress flirted with her estranged husband Ashton Kutcher at a Golden Globes party last month.
A source revealed: ‘Demi was instrumental in the guest list and told Madonna there was no way in hell Cameron should be allowed over the threshold.’


After bestowing “Give Me All Your Luvin'” with a Super Bowl-sized debut, Madonna has unveiled “Girl Gone Wild,” the candy-coated second single from her forthcoming studio album, “MDNA,” on Monday (Feb. 27).

In the world according to this single, girls just want to have some fun, and “get fired up like a smoking gun”; Madonna, for her part, realizes that she “shouldn’t act this way” and that “good girls don’t misbehave,” but fortunately for her, she is a “bad girl anyway, hey!” While “Give Me All Your Luvin'” featured a call-and-response structure and cameos by Nicki Minaj and M.I.A., “Girl Gone Wild” is no-nonsense electro-pop, with a driving beat and propulsive hook that recalls Madge’s 2005 single “Hung Up.”

Last week, Ultra Music’s Patrick Moxey filled in Billboard.com on the origin of the song, which was helmed by dance music superstar Benny Benassi and his production partner/cousin, Ale Benassi, and written by Vancouver native Jenson Vaughan. The Benassi boys recorded the track with Madonna in London, and Moxey says, “”She loved them… Benny is such a quality person; I think that made it all flow so much easier.”

Along with “Luvin’,” “Girl Gone Wild” previews Madonna’s 12th studio album, which follows 2008’s “Hard Candy” and will hit stores on March 26. Along with the Benassi boys, “MDNA” will feature production from Martin Solveig and longtime collaborator William Orbit.


Madonna kicked the party off with “Give Me All Your Luvin’, ” and she’s keeping it going with her second MDNA single, “Girl Gone Wild.” The thumping song, released Monday (February 27), proves that this era of Madonna will certainly be focused on pumping out dance-floor anthems.

“Girl Gone Wild” is all about the heat of letting loose and dancing, certainly themes that Madge fans will find familiar. Produced by Benny Benassi, the track, though fun and funky, is a bit darker than her first single, which seemed to pay homage to the ’80s version of the pop icon in its bright nature.

“I got that burnin’ hot desire/ And no one can put out my fire/ It’s coming right down through the wire/ Here it comes/ When I hear them 808 drums/ It’s got me singing,” she proclaims on the catchy, sing-along chorus. “Hey, ey, ey, ey/ Like a girl gone wild/ A good girl gone wild/ I’m like, hey, ey, ey, ey/ Like a girl gone wild/ A good girl gone wild.”

The song chugs along thanks to more dance-floor confessions from the singer, which include, “The room is spinning/ It must be the Tanqueray/ I’m about to go astray/ My inhibition’s gone away/ I feel like sinning/ You got me in the zone/ DJ play my favorite song/ Turn me on.”

The video was shot earlier this month and was directed by fashion photographers Mert and Marcus, who also shot the colorful artwork for the album. It had been rumored that Britney Spears would be featured on the track, but that rumor was shot down by Madonna herself.

Source : Mtv.com