Madonna Responds to Leaked Demos

Manager says the singer's new album is not finished

November 10, 2011 8:30 AM ET
Madonna performs on stage during the Live Earth concert
Madonna performs on stage during the Live Earth concert
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Madonna's manager Guy Oseary responded to the leak of the singer's new demos yesterday by relaying a message from the pop queen: "My true fans wouldn't do this." Oseary addressed the leak of the track "Give Me All Your Love" on Twitter, noting that while the Madonna camp is pleased with positive reactions to the tune, they are "very upset with whoever leaked the song." Madonna's team have been successful in removing the track from most sites.

Oseary clarified that the version of "Give Me All Your Love" that surfaced online earlier this week is unfinished, and work on the singer's next album is not yet complete. "It should be done in the next month or so," he wrote. The record, which has not yet been titled, will be Madonna's first studio album since leaving Warner Bros. Records and entering a deal with Live Nation that covers touring and merchandising as well as her recorded output. According to Billboard's sources, the disc will likely be released though Universal Music Group in the United States.

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