The fashion video — shot, fittingly enough, by fashion photographers Mert and Marcus, who also did the artwork for MDNA — is fast-paced and full of quick shots of Madonna grinding, smoking, looking longingly out in the distance and being her usual sexy self while clad in chains and latex. It's intercut with scantily clad male dancers who are seen dancing, touching and kissing one another.
It seems that the only girl gone wild in this clip is Madonna. No word on when the full video will drop.
"GGW" is the second single off the March 26 album release and features production by Benny Benassi; it was recorded in New York and London. While the album's first single, "Give Me All Your Luvin'," was brighter in the way that songs early in her career were, this song is more like what fans heard during her Confessions on a Dance Floor era.
"I think the majority of the record is more action-packed," Madge teased to MTV News back in January about the highly anticipated LP. "More high-energy."
The album also features production from longtime Madonna pal William Orbit, as well as Demolition Crew, Martin Solveig, Alessandro "Alle" Benassi, Hardy "Indiigo" Muanza and Michael Malih.
"With William, I didn't really have a discussion," Madonna said of working with Orbit. "We've worked on stuff for so many years that we kind of finish each other's sentences. He knows my taste and what I like."