Madonna On MIA, Nicky Minaj Collaboration

'Give Me All Your Luvin' draws near
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Madonna has spoken about her recent collaboration with M.I.A. and Nicky Minaj.

The Queen Of Pop is (almost) back. This time round, though, Madonna has decided to bring along some younger talent, with her upcoming single 'Give Me All Your Luvin' featuring both Nicky Minaj and M.I.A.

Set to air at the Superbowl Half Time show, Madonna matches her own vocals with that of two younger artists. Chatting to the New York Post recently, the singer revealed more about the collaboration.

"I'm a fan of their music but also I like their independence, their spirit," said the singer. "They're cheeky and unique and they have individual voices."

Continuing, Madonna said: "They're not conventional pop stars and I really admire them both. I love both of them actually."

Last year the singer revealed on Twitter that she had kissed Nicky Minaj. Explaining the background behind the incident, Madonna said that the two artists were celebrating Minaj's birthday.

"It was her birthday and it was actually the end of one of those long days of shooting and we were all giving a birthday toast to her," she divulged. "After a few sips of champagne I kissed her, yes."

Madona is set to roar back into the public gaze by taking control of the Superbowl Half Time show. One of the most watched events on the American sporting calendar, the singer will no doubt have something spectacular up her sleeve.

Chatting with Jay Leno on the Tonight Show recently (January 30th) the singer joked about Janet Jackson's infamous 'wardrobe malfunction'. "For sure, no nipples," she joked. "I wasn't gonna go there - I don't like to repeat myself."

Meanwhile, M.I.A. recently told Zane Lowe that she was also set to take part in the half time show. "Yes, I'm going to the Super Bowl… I'm gonna be performing with Madonna and Nicki Minaj... If you're gonna go to the Super Bowl, you might as well go with America's biggest female icons."

'Give Me All Your Luvin' is set to be released on February 3rd.

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