Give me all your luvin’

(Written by Madonna/Martin Solveig/Nicki Minaj/M.I.A./Michael Tordjman. Producer: Madonna/Martin Solveig)
Released by Live Nation/Interscope Records on February 3, 2012

Found in:
MDNA (2012)

Certification: None
Downloads: 407,149 (03/17/2012)

Live performances:
The Superbowl XLVI Halftime Show (2012)

CHART RUNS:

Billboard Hot 100
Debut Date: February 18, 2012
Peak date: February 25, 2012
Final week on chart: March 17, 2012
Peak: #10
Chart run: 13-10-39-58-86-off-off-off-87-off (6 weeks)

BILLBOARD HOT 100: (February 25, 2012)
#1 “Stronger (What doesn’t kill you)” KELLY CLARKSON

#2 “Set fire to the rain” ADELE
#3 “We are young” FUN feat, JANELLE MONAE
#4 “Sexy and I know it” LMFAO
#5 “Good feeling” FLO RIDA
#6 “We found love” RIHANNA feat CALVIN HARRIS
#7 “I will always love you” WHITNEY HOUSTON
#8 “Turn me on” DAVID GHETTA feat NICKI MINAJ
#9 “Rack city” TYGA
#10 “Give me all your luvin” MADONNA Featuring NICKI MINAJ & M.I.A.
(2 weeks/1 week at Top 10)

Hot Digital Songs
Debut date: February 18, 2012
Peak date: February 25, 2012
Final week on chart: ?
Peak: #6
Chart run:
 7-6-32-51-74-off (5 weeks)

Hot Digital Tracks
Debut date: February 18, 2012
Peak date: February 18, 2012
Final week on chart: ?
Peak: #5
Chart run: 5-6-33-50-71-82-133-127-?-?-?- (8 weeks)

Radio songs
Debut date: February 18, 2012
Peak date: February 18, 2012
Final week on chart: March 3, 2012
Peak: #28
Chart run: 28-59-63-off (3 weeks)

Pop songs
Debut date: February 18, 2012
Peak date: February 18 & March 3, 2012
Final week on chart: March 17, 2012
Peak: #24
Chart run: 24-25-24-28-36-off (5 weeks)

Adult Pop Songs
Debut date: February 18, 2012
Peak date: February 25, 2012
Peak position: #33
Final week on chart: March 3, 2012
Chart run: 35-33-35-off (3 weeks)

Hot Dance Music/Club Play Songs
Debut date: March 3, 2012
Peak date: March 31, 2012
Peak position: #1 (1 week)
Final week on chart:
Chart run: 24-9-5-2-1-6-8-10-29-45-off (10 weeks)

Dance/Mix Show Airplay
Debut date: February 18, 2012
Peak date: March 10, 2012
Peak position: #11
Final week on chart: March 24, 2012
Chart run: 20-15-12-11-17-23-off (6 weeks)

Rhythmic Top 40:
Debut date: February 18, 2012
Peak date: February 18, 2012
Peak position: #33
Final week on chart: February 18, 2012
Chart run: 33-off (1 week)

Hot Single Sales:
Debut date: March 24, 2012
Peak date: March 24, 2012
Peak position: #3
Final week on chart: April 14, 2012
Chart run: 3-8-13-21-off (4 weeks)

Hot Dance Single Sales:
Debut date: March 24, 2012
Peak date: March 24, 2012
Peak position: #2
Final week on chart: April 14, 2012
Chart run: 2-4-7-7-off (4 weeks)

UK Singles
Debut date: February 18, 2012
Peak date: February 18, 2012
Peak: #37
Certification: None
Final week on chart: March 3, 2012
Chart run: 37-51-93-off (3 weeks)

UNITED WORLD CHART:
Debut date: February 18, 2012
Peak date: February 25, 2012
Peak: #7
Final week on chart: April 28, 2012
Chart run: 22-7-21-20-19-17-18-19-21-25-36-off (11 weeks)


Rest of the world (So far)

Australia: #25
Austria #11
Belgium (Wallonia): #3
Belgium (Flanders): #5
Brazil: #7
Canada: #1
Colombia: #14
Czech republic: #25
Denmark: #16
Eurochart Hot 100: #
Finland: #1
France: #3
Germany: #8
Hungary: #1
Ireland: #11
Israel: #1
Italy: #2
Japan: #3
New Zealand: #29
Netherlands: #2
Romania: #92
Russia: #9
Slovakia: #3
South Korea: #5
Spain: #2
Sweden: #60
Switzerland: #6
Venezuela: #1
United World Chart: #7 

“Give me all your luvin” is Madonna’s 75th overall single and 65th in the United States. It’s the first single released from her 12th studio album “MDNA” and for the second time as a leading single, it features guest vocals this time from Nicki Minaj and M.I.A. It’s clear that Madonna here is looking to appeal to an audience that gets younger everytime, and while I’m completely against putting labels on people’s tastes, I think Madonna’s biggest appeal is within a more adult crowd. On a brighter side it’s impressive that after almost 30 years into her recording career, she still has the energy and passion to put out new music, new music videos and new concert tours, as well as other ventures (film making), regardless of what she’s offering at this point in her career, her legacy it’s still in the making.

I don’t consider it her best work to date, let’s face it Madonna casts a long shadow on her catalog, but so far it’s an entertaining bubble-gum pop single. Chartwise it’s too early to say if it’s a hit, but at least in the United States it has just become Madonna’s 38th Top 10 single on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart, extending her lead as the artist with most Top 10 singles in history, leaving behind Elvis Presley (36) and The Beatles (34). This feat also gives her the record of having at least one Top 10 single in four different decades. Give me all your luvin’ has only been performed so far on a live event at the Super Bowl XLVI Halftime Show, where Madonna made an impressive comeback while recreating older hits.


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