At the song's finale the singer chants the album title over and over, a play on words of her name (MaDoNnA) and MDMA, which, is the non-family-friendly club drug also known as ecstasy. So why did Madonna end up naming her record after a class-A drug? Martin Solveig, who produced several of the MDNA
tracks revealed to New York Post
that it was "Give Me All Your Luvin'
" collaborator M.I.A. who suggested the album title to Madonna, noting: "We were having a lot of fun with the initials. M.I.A. said, 'You should call your album 'MDNA' because it would be a good abbreviation and spelling of your name.' Then we realized that there were actually many different possibilities of understanding for those initials — the most important being the DNA of Madonna. There is of course no intention of making the promotion of drugs. Except for the harmless and pure exciting drugs: like music."