Yesterday morning, 2 short snippets from Madonna’s new song Give Me All Your Love leaked their way to the Internets. Hours later, the full HQ demo track leaked online as well. For the most part, reaction to the track has been very positive (I, myself, love it) but it turns out that Madonna herself is not happy with the leak. Maddy’s manager Guy Oseary tweeted today about the song leak and passed along his request that fans stop leaking Madonna music. Click below to read what he has to say on the leak as well as other new album matters.
The plan was for new music to come out in the new year… and yet someone leaked a demo version of a song yesterday.. / Im very happy with the positive reaction to the demo, but we are very upset with whoever leaked the song!!!!!!!! / we are asking that the fans please help us police any more leaks.. we have a lot in store for you.. but please respect the process.. / madonna told me this morning “my true fans wouldn’t do this”… whoever is responsible for this leak, we ask that you please stop!.. / we are happy with the positive reaction.. but there is a process.. new music in the new year.. and lots of it.. / no name for new album yet.. the album is not finished.. it should be done in the next month or so… / not sure how many tracks yet.. / no answers on tour yet…… sorry..
Yes, it’s likely that Madonna is pissed that her song leaked so early … but isn’t it also possible that the leak was intentional to gauge reaction to the song before Madonna commits to performing it on the Super Bowl LIVE in front of a billion people next year? I find it very peculiar that a high quality version of the song was able to so easily just show up on the Internet. Yes, leaks happen all the time but … I’m just sayin’, things are orchestrated much more than people think. In any event … the song is out, people generally like it and Madonna has to be happy about that.