Judging from what her manager tweeted Wednesday, Madonna's not amused that a source published a track called Give Me All Your Love while she was in the middle of recording it.
Guy Oseary, who's been managing Madonna since 2005, struck out on Twitter at the bootlegger -- and relayed a message from the Material Girl herself, who was apparently of the opinion that my true fans wouldn't do this.
Oseary urged listeners to help police leaks of studio cuts, and implored them to adhere to traditional methods of getting music. I'm very happy with the positive reaction to the demo, but we are very upset with whoever leaked the song! tweeted Oseary. We have a lot in store for you...but please respect the process.
Oseary discussed details about the next chapter of Madonna's career with fans who tweeted him, revealing that while she should be done recording her upcoming album within the next month, she has yet to give it a title. Oseary added that it's unclear how many tracks will be on it.
Several versions of Give Me All Your Love were available on YouTube, where they appeared long enough for any number of people to hear and link to others.
Madonna's next album, which will be her 13th, doesn't have a release date. Hard Candy, which Madonna released in 2008, was her 12th.