Madonna has teamed up with Far East Movement for a remix of her new single 'Turn Up The Radio'.
The US party crew, who scored a huge hit with 'Like a G6' in 2011, have remixed the latest single to be taken from this year's MDNA album.
Part of four remixes available to stream before the release of 'Turn Up The Radio', the Far East Movement remix comes as part of the Laidback Luke edit. Further remixes come from Offer Nissim, Martin Solveig and R3hab.
Meanwhile, Madonna came under fire from her own fans at a gig in Paris recently, when fans began booing the star, demanding their money back and hurling empty bottles at the equally empty stage.
The show was was streamed live on YouTube, but was considerably shorter than recent European shows, including her performance in Hyde Park.
When the show ended early, fans began chanting 'Rembourssez' (French for 'we want our money back'), booing and hurling empty bottles onto the empty stage as crew packed up the show. They also yelled the french word for 'sl*t' at the singer.
Check out the Laidback Luke/ Far East Movement remix of 'Turn Up The Radio' below: