Madonna embraces diversity in everything she does. Her upcoming second single, 'Girls Gone Wild,' is a multicultural affair: the product of two Italian producers and a Canadian writer. Her dream team is dishing on what it was like working with the Material Girl on the highly anticipated track.

Patrick Moxey, the owner of Ultra Music, is thrilled with the song. "Obviously it's huge for us," Moxey told Billboard. "We have both the producer and the top-line writer; that's 100% share." Meaning: They'll be making a mint off sales of the song.

"A brilliant way to have hits is to create hits," Moxey said. "When you have very talented people around you, you just make the introductions, and maybe give them some direction. It's the essence of the A&R process, but it's so natural -- it's not contrived."

Moxey reveals that the song was born last year, when Ultra Records artist Benny Benassi was readying to release 'Electroman.' Moxey loved the aggressive dance sounds that Benassi created, and requested more music from him to use with other artists. Benassi obliged, and Moxey then turned the songs over to Vancouver-based songwriter Jenson Vaughan. Vaughan's resume includes tracks by Timbaland, Snoop Dogg and Kelly Rowland, so you know some magic was going to happen!

Vaughan gave Moxey a demo just a week later. Moxey passed the demo on to Benassi's manager, who in turn shared it with Madge's longtime manager, Guy Oseary. Not long after, Benassi traveled to London from Parma, Italy to record with Madonna herself. Two of the tracks they produced, 'Girls Gone Wild' and 'I'm Addicted,' made it on to 'MDNA.'

Now the only issue may be dealing with that other 'Girls Gone Wild' producer: Joe Francis. But Moxey isn't too concerned. "When I looked at ASCAP, I noticed there were approximately 50 records called 'Girls Gone Wild,'" he told Billboard. "This guy just thinks too much of himself." We agree!

Listen to 'Girls Gone Wild' in an 'MDNA' Megamix