10 Facts About Martin Solveig


Martin Laurent Picandet, better known by his stage name Martin Solveig, is a French DJ, singer, songwriter and record producer.

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Martin Solveig manages his own label called Mixture Stereophonic and was ranked number 29 in the 2011 DJ Mag Top 100 DJs.

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Martin Solveig has collaborated with, among others, Ina Wroldsen, David Guetta, Jax Jones, Laidback Luke, Dragonette, Kele of Bloc Party and Madonna.

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On 17 June 2002, Martin Solveig released his debut studio album Sur la Terre; the album failed to chart.

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Martin Solveig released his fifth studio album Smash on 6 June 2011, peaking at number 18 on the French Albums Chart.

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In 2011, Martin Solveig was officially named as one of the producers for Madonna's new studio album, MDNA.

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Martin Solveig was made the in house DJ for the 2012 MTV Movie Awards where he paid homage to the classic themes from movies such as Pulp Fiction.

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On 28 May 2013, Martin Solveig released the single "Hey Now" with The Cataracs featuring vocals from Kyle, peaking at number 55 on the French Singles Chart.

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In 2016, Martin Solveig released the single "Do It Right" with Australian singer Tkay Maidza.

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In December 2018, Martin Solveig received criticism when he asked the first ever winner of the Ballon d'Or Feminin, Ada Hegerberg, to twerk on stage at the awards ceremony.

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