Madonna has reportedly pieced together an epic collaboration for her new single, calling on none other than Nicki Minaj and M.I.A. to feature on her forthcoming track.

Madge, 53, who's been on hiatus from the music biz since her 2008 album 'Hard Candy,' has enlisted so-hot-right-now rapper Minaj, 28, and controversial artist M.I.A., 36, to help her stage her musical comeback. The pop icon recently took a break from music to launch the Material Girl clothing line and direct her first film, 'W.E.' But workaholic Madonna couldn't stay away from her first love for long, and was reportedly back in the studio over the summer recording new tracks for her 12th studio album, set to be released in 2012.

According to fan website, the Martin Solveig-produced Minaj/M.I.A. song is called 'Give Me All Your Love,' and will be the lead single on Madonna's next CD. In addition to French DJ Solveig, the "pop dance"-leaning album has tracks allegedly produced by William Orbit, who worked with Madonna on her 1998 'Ray of Light' album, and Italian house music mastermind Benny Banassi.

It was also recently reported the the pop superstar would be headlining the Super Bowl XLVI Halftime Show, although Madonna's camp has yet to officially confirm.