Madonna to Chat with Jimmy Fallon Live on Facebook
Madonna will sit down with Jimmy Fallon for a live chat that users can access Saturday at 6 p.m. on her Facebook page. The chat is taking place so that Madonna can promote her new album, “MDNA,” that will be released next week on Monday; MDNA, is Madonna’s 12th studio album.
The first single from the album, “Give Me All Your Luvin'” (featuring Nicki Minaj and M.I.A.) was released on February 3, 2012. The single peaked at 10 on the Hot 100 Billboard making Madonna the female artist with the most top 10 hits on the chart; she has 41 No. 1 dance hits. The second single Girl Gone Wild was released digitally on March 2, 2012.
Fallon’s interview with the 53-year-old pop Godess will be conducted in front of a live audience where she will share sneak peeks and behind-the-scenes footage from the rehearsals for her upcoming tour during the online special.
She kicks off her tour May 29 in Israel and lands at Detroit’s Joe Louis Arena on Nov. 8.
You can tune in to watch the exclusive live chat with Madonna and Jimmy Fallon on Madonna’s official Facebook page.
MDNA was recorded in New York and LA, reunites Madonna with former collaborator William Orbit (“Ray of Light”) who co-wrote and co-produced several cuts on the new album. Other co-producers include Martin Solveig, The Demolition Crew, Marco “Benny” Benassi and Alessandro “Alle” Benassi, Hardy “Indiigo” Muanza, Michael Malih and Madonna. The current single is “Girls Gone Wild.”
The official video for “Girls Gone Wild” has not been released but here is a YouTube video made by a fan that has been getting a lot of attention:
Producer Benny Benassi talked to Italian newspaper La Stampa about working on MDNA and how it came to fruition: “Madonna’s management contacted us to open her 2008 concert in Rome, in every city they used a local DJ. On that occasion I gave her one my CDs with some demos I created in our studio in Reggio Emilia. We didn’t hear anything back from them. Then a few months ago Madonna asked one of her producers to call us. She asked us to work on two tracks for her new album. She wanted dance sounds, sharp rythmes that would fit the audience of a pop star. After a while we were in the studio with her in London, for an entire week, working 10 hours a day, to produce the final versions of those two tracks. We were amazed by her dedication. Though she’s the mastermind behind an entertainment business empire, she tries everything first hand, she tests every single sound.”
Benassi explained that Madonna made the album for people who love to dance and merry the night: “She told us that this record must be for her, a declaration of love for the world of nightclubs. An album that contains the styles and atmospheres that have characterized the last decades of international nightlife. We represent the Italian dance for her vision, immediately recognizable, made in the “Reggio Emilia. In Girl Gone Wild the repeating sounds and distorted rhythms are put together typical of Italian Dance pop/disco.”