Give Me All Your Luvin’ drops out of US Top Ten
Madonna’s “Give Me All Your Luvin’” unfortunately drops out of the U.S. Top Ten (from No. 10 down to No. 39) this week.
It is a huge week on the U.S. singles chart: Katy Perry debuts at No. 1 with “Part of Me” from the expanded Teenage Dream “Complete Confection” deluxe edition, Adele sets an all-time record as lead artist on three singles in the U.S. Top Ten (“Set Fire to the Rain”, at No. 2; “Rolling in the Deep”, at No. 5; and “Someone Like You”, at No. 7), and Whitney Houston achieves a posthumous No. 3 ranking with “I Will Always Love You”.
Given the heavy traffic in the Top Ten, it is understandable that Madonna’s single could drop. With rich memories of the Super Bowl half-time performance and the release of the incredible “Give Me” video, we are more hungry then ever for MDNA, now just over a month away from release.
Thanks to MadonnaTribe contributor Rob from Berkeley, California USA.